Chip firm Intel will have a total of nine different Merom CPUs available with some released in the fourth quarter, while others will shuffle onto their mortal Core during the first half of 2007.

According to recent roadmaps posted all over the Porcupine pub near Leicester Square in the throbbing heart of London’s West End, the tp end model will have a front side bus speed of 800/667MHz, although the cache it will have is so far undecided.

Every man jack of them will be dual core, support virutalisation, EIST, iAMD64, and XD. All of them will be produced using Intel’s 65 nanometre technology.

Chip firm Intel will have a total of nine different Merom CPUs available with some released in the fourth quarter, while others will shuffle onto their mortal Core during the first half of 2007.

According to recent roadmaps posted all over the Porcupine pub near Leicester Square in the throbbing heart of London’s West End, the tp end model will have a front side bus speed of 800/667MHz, although the cache it will have is so far undecided.

Every man jack of them will be dual core, support virutalisation, EIST, iAMD64, and XD. All of them will be produced using Intel’s 65 nanometre technology.

Intel is preparing its “Crestline” GM chipset and “Crestline” PM chipset for the first half of 2007, which will include ICH8M enhanced features. It is also set to produce its Kedron .n and abg wireless chipsets for 2007, as well as Lisbon. Before that, it will introduce PROSet V10.5.X for Windows.

The T7600 is expected to cost $ 640 at launch, the T7400 $ 420, the T7200 $ 295 and the T5600 $ 240. As we revealed last round, there are price cuts on Core Duos coming on the 28th of May 2006. Intel is also prepping a Core Duo ULV, the U2500, costing $ 290 and speeding along at 1.06GHz, with a 533MHz bus and 2MB of L2 cache soon enough.