Processor Family
Q1
’05
Q2
’05
H1
’06
Extreme Edition
Prescott 2M
(90nm, 2MB L2 1066Mhz FSB, EM64T)
 
3.73Ghz
 SmithField
(90nm, 2 x 1MB L2, Dual Core, 800MHz FSB, HT, EM64T)

820 (2.8Ghz)
830 (3.0Ghz)
840 (3.2Ghz)


Presler
(65nm, 2 x 2MB L2, Dual Core, VT)

3.6Ghz

Chipsets
925XE
955X Express
(Glenwood)

Pentium 4

Prescott 2M
(90nm, 2MB L2, 800Mhz FSB, EM64T)

670 (3.8Ghz)
660 (3.6Ghz)
650 (3.4Ghz)
640 (3.2Ghz)
630 (3.0Ghz)


Pentium D
(90nm, 2 x 1MB L2, Dual Core, 800MHz FSB, EM64T)

2.8Ghz – 3.2Ghz


Presler
(65nm, 2 x 2MB L2, Dual Core, VT)

CedarMill
(65nm, 2MB L2, Single Core, HT)


Chipsets

925X / 915P / 915G

945P/G Express (Lakeport P/G)

In its initial roll out in the second quarter 2005, Intel will introduce the
Pentium Processor Extreme Edition along with the 955X chipset. The dual-core
processors will run at 3.2GHz, include 1MB of L2 cache, one megabyte per core,
and an 800MHz front side bus. Intel will also launch the D processor, code-named
Smithfield, with a 945 Express Chipset. Smithfield and the Pentium D will each
contain 230 million transistors with a die size of 206mm2 and a
megabyte of L2 cache per core. The Pentium D will also include 64-bit
capability, but lack hyperthreading. Intel claimed the dual-core model will run
50-65 per cent faster, despite the lower clock speed.

Intel’s 2006 desktop offerings will be oriented around Presler, a dual-core
part, and Cedar Mill, the next-generation single-core processor. Both Presler
and Cedar Mill will fit inside of the current LGA 775 package. Cedar Mill will
include hyperthreading, but Presler will not. The two chips will ship with 2MB
and 4MB of L2 cache (2MB per core), respectively. The 65nm ‘Presler’ is based on
two separate dies bonded together in a single package and sharing a single
frontside bus. Over time, processors in the desktop Pentium line will ramp up to
eight threads per dual processor.

Processor Family
Q1
’05
Q2
’05
H1
’06
Extreme Edition
Prescott 2M
(90nm, 2MB L2 1066Mhz FSB, EM64T)
 
3.73Ghz
 SmithField
(90nm, 2 x 1MB L2, Dual Core, 800MHz FSB, HT, EM64T)

820 (2.8Ghz)
830 (3.0Ghz)
840 (3.2Ghz)


Presler
(65nm, 2 x 2MB L2, Dual Core, VT)

3.6Ghz

Chipsets
925XE
955X Express
(Glenwood)

Pentium 4

Prescott 2M
(90nm, 2MB L2, 800Mhz FSB, EM64T)

670 (3.8Ghz)
660 (3.6Ghz)
650 (3.4Ghz)
640 (3.2Ghz)
630 (3.0Ghz)


Pentium D
(90nm, 2 x 1MB L2, Dual Core, 800MHz FSB, EM64T)

2.8Ghz – 3.2Ghz


Presler
(65nm, 2 x 2MB L2, Dual Core, VT)

CedarMill
(65nm, 2MB L2, Single Core, HT)


Chipsets

925X / 915P / 915G

945P/G Express (Lakeport P/G)

In its initial roll out in the second quarter 2005, Intel will introduce the
Pentium Processor Extreme Edition along with the 955X chipset. The dual-core
processors will run at 3.2GHz, include 1MB of L2 cache, one megabyte per core,
and an 800MHz front side bus. Intel will also launch the D processor, code-named
Smithfield, with a 945 Express Chipset. Smithfield and the Pentium D will each
contain 230 million transistors with a die size of 206mm2 and a
megabyte of L2 cache per core. The Pentium D will also include 64-bit
capability, but lack hyperthreading. Intel claimed the dual-core model will run
50-65 per cent faster, despite the lower clock speed.

Intel’s 2006 desktop offerings will be oriented around Presler, a dual-core
part, and Cedar Mill, the next-generation single-core processor. Both Presler
and Cedar Mill will fit inside of the current LGA 775 package. Cedar Mill will
include hyperthreading, but Presler will not. The two chips will ship with 2MB
and 4MB of L2 cache (2MB per core), respectively. The 65nm ‘Presler’ is based on
two separate dies bonded together in a single package and sharing a single
frontside bus. Over time, processors in the desktop Pentium line will ramp up to
eight threads per dual processor.