Intel Celerons with Execute Disable bit already selling in shops

Posted on Sunday, Oct 10 2004 @ 23:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The good old Japanese hardware spotters from Akiba report that Intel Celeron D processors with the J suffix have started appearing in shops. The J suffix means that they support Execute Disable Bit, which is similar to AMD's NX bit.

Intel's roadmaps show that the company is trying to implent this feature on most of its CPUs in the coming months.

Source: The Inquirer


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