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Intel Celeron to feature 512KB L2 cache

Posted on Wednesday, July 13 2005 @ 19:08:30 CEST by

The Inquirer saw Intel's latest roadmaps and reports that Intel will upgrade its Celeron processor line to 512KB L2 cache by the second quarter of 2006.

These Celerons with 512KB cache will be based on Intel's 65nm Cedar Mill processor family. They will use the LGA 775 socket and 533MHz FSB.

Later this year the chiap giant will launch the 335, a 3.33GHz model with 256KB L2 cache. This model will still be available when Intel launches its Celeron with 512KB L2 cache.

Intel will also launch Presler processors with two times 2MB L2 cache and Conroe's with two times 4MB cache in 2006.



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