Intel is to release dual-core Dempsey Xeon processor early next year with a 1066MHz FSB built using 65nm technology, as well as having two sets of 2MB cache. The clock speeds are slated to be 3.80GHz, 3.60GHz, 3.40GHz, 3.20GHz, 3GHz and 2.8GHz. Intel will release two types of Dempsey – including an MV medium power SKU (stock keeping unit) at less than 105W TDP in the second quarter of next year. Dempsey in conjunction with the Greencreek chipset is part of the “Glidewell” platform, slated for Q1 of 2006. Another “platform” will be released in the second quarter called Wyloway. This is for entry level workstations using the Presler processor and Cedar Mill, and a “next generation” socket.

Intel is to release dual-core Dempsey Xeon processor early next year with a 1066MHz FSB built using 65nm technology, as well as having two sets of 2MB cache. The clock speeds are slated to be 3.80GHz, 3.60GHz, 3.40GHz, 3.20GHz, 3GHz and 2.8GHz. Intel will release two types of Dempsey – including an MV medium power SKU (stock keeping unit) at less than 105W TDP in the second quarter of next year. Dempsey in conjunction with the Greencreek chipset is part of the “Glidewell” platform, slated for Q1 of 2006. Another “platform” will be released in the second quarter called Wyloway. This is for entry level workstations using the Presler processor and Cedar Mill, and a “next generation” socket.