Intel silently debuts new Core processors

Posted on Tuesday, Jul 11 2006 @ 02:19 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inquirer noticed Intel quietly released new Core processors:
Although there has been a real tie-in between Dell and AMD lately, Intel still likes its biggest buyer and no-one should wonder that Dell silently introduced two new Intel processors, both based on the Yonah core.

If you express a desire to buy Inspiron E1705 single-core notebook for $899, you'll end up with an Intel Core Solo T1350 processor. We're talking about Yonah-core, 2MB of L2 cache at a clock of 1.83 GHz. FrontSideBus is set at 533MHz, an untypical clock speed for Core processors. Or should we express it as 133MHz times four chunks of data.
More info over here.

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