Intel to launch Pentium 4 6xxx series in early 2005

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 31 2004 @ 17:14 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
A French site saw some new roadmaps of Intels, and says that the company will launch a Pentium 4 6xx series in early 2005.
We know what you're thinking, but no there doesn't seem to be a Pentium 4 666 as part of Intel's future numbering plans. Instead, it is releasing chips with 2MB of cache, numbered the 640, the 650, the 660 and the 670.

These chips appear to have Intel's version of "cool and quiet" and no doubt will have the NX flag implemented too.
Source: The Inquirer


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