Intel introduced a line of Pentium 4 desktop chips Sunday that contain 2MB of secondary cache, twice as much as current Pentium 4s, as well as technology from its notebook line thats designed to cut...

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Intel cans Pentium II

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Its amazing to see these things are still around, but this week Intel told its customers that it is to formally discontinue production of the Pentium II at 266, 333, 366 and 466MHz. Fortunately for...

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Intel is dumping plans to release a Pentium 4 processor that runs at 4GHz, saying it will boost performance on next years chips using other means than clock speed. The Santa Clara,...

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Intel has introduced its first desktop processors to support what it calls Execute Disable Bit (EDB) technology - essentially the same code-disabling technology found in AMD, Transmeta and other CPUs, and used by Windows XP...

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Intel today is releasing new Pentium M chips (715 & 725). These .90 nanometer chips offer more memory cache along with a higher clock speed of 1.5GHz and 1.6GHz. Gateway, Toshiba, and several other...

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Intel is planning to introduce over the coming months eight new Pentium 4 processors utilizing a new packaging technique. Among the new chips will be the companys first workstation processors with 64-bit extensions technology, according...

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