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Single Core Battle : Intel Wolfdale-L vs AMD Spica

 
Segment

H1 2007

Q3
2007

Q4 2007

Intel

Legacy

Allendale

(65nm, 2C/2T, 1066FSB, 2MB L2, 65W)
E6400 – 2.13GHz
E6300 – 1.86GHz
 
Wolfdale-M
(45nm, 2C/2T, 1066FSB, 3MB L2, 54W)
3.4-3.7GHz

Value
Conroe-L
(65nm, 1C/1T, 800FSB, 1MB L2, 65W)
E1060 – 1.8GHz
E1040 – 1.6GHz
E1020 – 1.4GHz
Conroe-L
(65nm, 1C/1T, 533FSB,
512KB, 65W)
Celeron 4xx

Wolfdale-L
(45nm, 1C/1T, 800FSB, 1MB L2, 35W)
2.4-3.0GHz
AMD
Legacy

Brisbane
(65nm, 2C/2T, AM2, HT1.0, 2x512KB L2, 65W)
3800+ – 2.0GHz
 
Arcturus
(65nm, 2C/2T, AM2+, HT 3.0, 2x512KB L2, 65W)
2.1-2.3GHz

Value

Sparta
(65nm, 1C/1T, AM2, HT1.0, 512KB L2, 62/35W)
4000+ / 3800+ / 3600+ / 3500+ / 3400+

4200+

Spica
(65nm, 1C/1T, AM2+, HT 3.0, 512KB L2?, 35W?)
2GHz?

We have discussed about the performance and mainstream
Yorkfield and Wolfdale processors
from Intel and compared to the AMD offerings; Altair and Antares for year 2007.
Now we will tell you more about the value offerings from Intel and AMD for next
year. Intel will release
native 2MB L2 cache
Conroe early next year to cut costs and better position against 65nm AMD
Brisbane processors. Intel will also introduce Conroe-L "Pentium" and Conroe-L
"Celeron" in Q2 next year to compete against AMD Sparta processors within the
value segment. By end of next year, 45nm Wolfdale-L will succeed Conroe-L in the
value segment featuring 800FSB and 1MB L2 cache. Wolfdale-L is one cool chip
with TDP touching a mere 35W but clock speed hitting as high as 3GHz. AMD might
have some problems challenging Intel in the value space next year.

 
Segment

H1 2007

Q3
2007

Q4 2007

Intel

Legacy

Allendale

(65nm, 2C/2T, 1066FSB, 2MB L2, 65W)
E6400 – 2.13GHz
E6300 – 1.86GHz
 
Wolfdale-M
(45nm, 2C/2T, 1066FSB, 3MB L2, 54W)
3.4-3.7GHz

Value
Conroe-L
(65nm, 1C/1T, 800FSB, 1MB L2, 65W)
E1060 – 1.8GHz
E1040 – 1.6GHz
E1020 – 1.4GHz
Conroe-L
(65nm, 1C/1T, 533FSB,
512KB, 65W)
Celeron 4xx

Wolfdale-L
(45nm, 1C/1T, 800FSB, 1MB L2, 35W)
2.4-3.0GHz
AMD
Legacy

Brisbane
(65nm, 2C/2T, AM2, HT1.0, 2x512KB L2, 65W)
3800+ – 2.0GHz
 
Arcturus
(65nm, 2C/2T, AM2+, HT 3.0, 2x512KB L2, 65W)
2.1-2.3GHz

Value

Sparta
(65nm, 1C/1T, AM2, HT1.0, 512KB L2, 62/35W)
4000+ / 3800+ / 3600+ / 3500+ / 3400+

4200+

Spica
(65nm, 1C/1T, AM2+, HT 3.0, 512KB L2?, 35W?)
2GHz?

We have discussed about the performance and mainstream
Yorkfield and Wolfdale processors
from Intel and compared to the AMD offerings; Altair and Antares for year 2007.
Now we will tell you more about the value offerings from Intel and AMD for next
year. Intel will release
native 2MB L2 cache
Conroe early next year to cut costs and better position against 65nm AMD
Brisbane processors. Intel will also introduce Conroe-L "Pentium" and Conroe-L
"Celeron" in Q2 next year to compete against AMD Sparta processors within the
value segment. By end of next year, 45nm Wolfdale-L will succeed Conroe-L in the
value segment featuring 800FSB and 1MB L2 cache. Wolfdale-L is one cool chip
with TDP touching a mere 35W but clock speed hitting as high as 3GHz. AMD might
have some problems challenging Intel in the value space next year.

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