Intel expects a quick shift to LGA 775 processors

Posted on Thursday, January 15 2004 @ 17:41 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel expects that by the end of this year Socket T LGA 775 processors will account for a total of 40% of desktop processor shipments. And about 17% of the total Celeron shipments during Q2 2004 will be Prescott ones.
How confusing is 2004 going to be? Well, if you add in Celerons, Intel will be offering four different flavours of Pentium 4 Prescotts during 2004. Chips clocking higher than 3.2GHz will have 800MHz buses, FMB1.5, then there will be 800MHz FBM1s, and there will be a few 2.8GHz Prescotts running with 533MHz front side buses but not supporting hyperthreading.
Source: TheInquirer

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