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Intel Bloomfield - 4GHz and 8MB cache

Posted on Tuesday, December 19 2006 @ 00:15:11 CET by


The 45nm Intel Bloomfield processor in 2008 will feature a 4GHz clockspeed and 8MB shared L2 cache.
It is a speed that Intel never get to hit with their previous generation of processors where the highest clock speed reach is 3.8GHz with their Pentium 4 570 & 670. Bloomfield will contain 8MB of shared L2 cache which is smaller overall in comparison to Yorkfield 2x6MB L2 cache. As we have previously reported, Bloomfield is Socket B based, quad core and is capable of 8 threads. It is still within the 130W thermal envelope.




 



 

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