Intel Paxville, Blackford, Dempsey meet Diamond Peak and Sunrise Lake

Posted on Monday, December 13 2004 @ 13:50 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Here are some codenames to match Swinburne's wild west. Dempsey, a dual core server chip, will use the Blackford and Blackford VS chipsets with ESB-2, and as well as Intel Active Server, it will use Diamond Peak technology and Sunrise Lake.

These technologies are promised for the first quarter of 2006. That's also the timeline for the Paxville dual core processor, and for the Greencreek chipset using ESB-2 as well. Greencreek will have X16 PCI Express graphics support, and give FBD memory capabilities, and better reliability and management features, quoth Intel..

More info at The Inquirer

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