Intel has delayed general availability of its 90nm 3GHz Prescott processors
to April from the original schedule of mid-March due to production capacity
constraints at its wafer foundry. The processor was originally expected to be
available in mid-March. Intel’s desktop-use 3GHz Prescott will be available in a
775-pin package, not the 478-pin package of the 2.8GHz Prescott which the
company launched in early February.

Note : 3GHz Prescott will be available in a 775-pin package as well as
478-pin package

Intel has delayed general availability of its 90nm 3GHz Prescott processors
to April from the original schedule of mid-March due to production capacity
constraints at its wafer foundry. The processor was originally expected to be
available in mid-March. Intel’s desktop-use 3GHz Prescott will be available in a
775-pin package, not the 478-pin package of the 2.8GHz Prescott which the
company launched in early February.

Note : 3GHz Prescott will be available in a 775-pin package as well as
478-pin package