In the first quarter of next year Intel will launch six SKU (stock keeping unit) Yonah processors. They will be called Pentium M x38, x48, x30, x40 and x50 (the x stands for a number that Intel hasn't revealed yet).
The x48 and x38 will be low voltage processors, and in the second quarter of next year Intel will release single-core ultra low voltage Yonah processors. It isn't sure which processors will feature the Vanderpool virtualization technology.
For budget users the company will introduce Yonah-based 65nm Celeron M processors with 533MHz FSB and L2 cache. It will be released in the 400 Series and a second ultra low voltage member will follow later. Both will be launched in Q2 2006.
Chipsets that support these processors are the 955XM, 945GM and 945PM in the first quarter of next year, and the 945GMS, 940GML in the second quarter of next year.
Source: The Inq
Intel Pentium M Yonah roadmap
Posted on Tuesday, June 07 2005 @ 23:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck