Intel is likely to roll-out Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processor at 3.40GHz in the second quarter for LGA775 form-factor. The move will effectively give a “green light” for 0.13 micron processors into LGA775 packaging specially developed for high-speed chips made using thinner technologies.The 3.40GHz version of Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processor will be formally introduced in February 2004. Just like its predecessor clocked at 3.20GHz, the newcomer will have 2MB of integrated L3 cache as well as sport 800MHz Quad Pumped Bus and Hyper-Threading technology. All Extreme Edition Pentium 4 processors are powered on Intel’s code-named Gallatin core with large level-three cache originally designed for multiprocessor servers.

Intel is likely to roll-out Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processor at 3.40GHz in the second quarter for LGA775 form-factor. The move will effectively give a “green light” for 0.13 micron processors into LGA775 packaging specially developed for high-speed chips made using thinner technologies.The 3.40GHz version of Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processor will be formally introduced in February 2004. Just like its predecessor clocked at 3.20GHz, the newcomer will have 2MB of integrated L3 cache as well as sport 800MHz Quad Pumped Bus and Hyper-Threading technology. All Extreme Edition Pentium 4 processors are powered on Intel’s code-named Gallatin core with large level-three cache originally designed for multiprocessor servers.