On top of the low cost Pentium D 805 which helped Intel pick
up quite a bit of sales, Intel will be releasing Pentium 915 and Pentium 925
as cost-saving solutions much like the Pentium D 805. They will be clocked at
2.8GHz and 3.0GHz respectively, like the 920 and 930. Based on the Presler core,
they will sport 2 x 2MB L2 cache and 800MHz FSB. The main difference between
the 915/925 and the 920/930 is the lack of support for VT and EIST.

On top of the low cost Pentium D 805 which helped Intel pick
up quite a bit of sales, Intel will be releasing Pentium 915 and Pentium 925
as cost-saving solutions much like the Pentium D 805. They will be clocked at
2.8GHz and 3.0GHz respectively, like the 920 and 930. Based on the Presler core,
they will sport 2 x 2MB L2 cache and 800MHz FSB. The main difference between
the 915/925 and the 920/930 is the lack of support for VT and EIST.