VIA shows off 64-bit Isaiah processor

Posted on Tuesday, Oct 05 2004 @ 13:59 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Chip firm Via said it is showing off a 64-bit CPU that's codenamed Isaiah, after the British philosopher and man of letters who was able to irritate Stalin. The company is using the Fall Processor Forum at the Fairmont Hotel in Dullsville, San Jose, to preview this and other technology

More info at The Inquirer


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