Intel Yonah processor details

Posted on Thursday, October 20 2005 @ 12:21 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel will launch its next-generation Centrino platform in early January 2006 and here are a couple of interesting tidbits about the Yonah processor:
  • There will be single core and Celeron versions of Yonah - but Celeron M won't show up until H2'06.
  • 945GM and 945GT will cost about the same as 955X does on the chipset level.
  • Centrino will have a slightly newer logo (due apparently to legal counsel).
  • Most Yonah models will feature VT, but the ultra low voltage and low voltage designs geared for ultra portables will have it disabled.
  • Merom (Yonah's successor) will feature 64-bit extensions, but Yonah will not.
  • More info over here.

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