The time is not yet ripe for positioning the 64-bit version of the Prescott processor for the desktop. Intel’s aim is to ease the relatively high inventory levels of its 32-bit processors before migrating the new chips to the desktop segment. The 64-bit-capable Pentium 4 CPUs are available at 3.2F, 3.4F and 3.6F GHz. Intel has inserted the letter “F” after clock speeds to distinguish chips incorporating EM64T technology.

Intel has started delivering 64-bit-capable processors to server and workstation OEMs, there is still no timetable for positioning the 64-bit chips in the desktop segment. The time is not yet ripe for positioning the 64-bit version of the Prescott processor for the desktop. Intel’s aim is to ease the relatively high inventory levels of its 32-bit processors before migrating the new chips to the desktop segment. The 64-bit-capable Pentium 4 CPUs are available at 3.2F, 3.4F and 3.6F GHz. Intel has inserted the letter “F” after clock speeds to distinguish chips incorporating EM64T technology.