Intel Corp., the world's largest producer of microprocessors, has started to sell its lower clocked 90nm Intel Pentium M processor with 710 model number without making any kinds of announcements and enlisting the chip into the official price-list.
Intel Pentium M 710 microprocessor based on the core known as Dothan runs at 1.40GHz clock-speed, contains 2MB of L2 cache and is intended for 400MHz infrastructure. All Dothan chips are manufactured using 90nm process technology. 1.40GHz clock-speed is lower compared to the speeds of other Intel Pentium M chips at 90nm.
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Intel silently launched Pentium M 710
Posted on Thursday, November 25 2004 @ 17:34 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck