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Intel silently debuts new Core processors

Posted on Tuesday, July 11 2006 @ 02:19:59 CEST by

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.
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