Intel Corp. maybe hours away from releasing its latest and last Pentium 4 processor based on the original Prescott core, according to various reports over the Web. The processor that will be clocked at 3.80GHz will remain Intel's highest clock-speed processor for quite a while, as the company plans to find different ways of rising performance than increasing clock-speeds of its chips.
Intel's Pentium 4 570J processor with 3.80GHz frequency, Hyper-Threading technology and 1MB of level-two cache is designed to fit into current 800MHz Quad Pumped Bus mainboards running i925- and i915-series of chipsets.
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News source: Xbit Labs