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1GHz Pentium III, but only hot air?
1GHz Pentium III, but only hot air?

Intel's newest processor, the Pentium III with 1GHz has been officially on the market for a week, but you can hardly buy it. The suspicion that this ...

Faulty Intel notebook processors
Faulty Intel notebook processors

Many notebooks with Intel's mobile processors that have a Celeron 400MHz and a Pentium II 400MHz apparently have a design flaw. Many notebooks that...

AMD's processor roadmap through 2002
AMD's processor roadmap through 2002

A new processor roadmap has surfaced showing AMD's processor plans through 2002 and allowing some interesting speculation. For example, the Athlon sh...

Cyrix III arrives in April
Cyrix III arrives in April

The new processor from VIA/Cyrix was completely adopted on Wednesday and is expected to be available in stores after the end of April. According to...

Intel introduces Celeron II
Intel introduces Celeron II

The processor giant Intel is to present its new Celeron II processors with 566 and 600 MHz. The 667 and 700MHz Celeron II processors are also expecte...

0.13 µm processors as early as 2001
0.13 µm processors as early as 2001

TSMC has successfully started the 0.13 µm manufacturing process. It is now expected that this will be used extensively for the production of process...

Record result at AMD
Record result at AMD

Although the prices on the US high-tech stock exchange NASDAQ keep falling, AMD today announced a sensational record result for the last quarter. Ear...

AMD Spitfire is now called Duron
AMD Spitfire is now called Duron

AMD announced the official name of the Spitfire will be Duron. The processor, now called Duron, will find its place in socket A. It has a 64KB L2 cac...

Intel Pentium 4 without serial number
Intel Pentium 4 without serial number

According to an anonymous source at Intel, contrary to previous plans, the processor manufacturer does not intend to integrate a serial number into t...

New chip technology from IBM
New chip technology from IBM

IBM has developed a new technique for isolating the circuits in the processors so that they can be placed even closer together, which creates even mo...

Intel downgrades Pentium III
Intel downgrades Pentium III

Intel wants to orient the Pentium III only to the low-cost market in the future like the Celeron or AMD the K6-2. The Willamette is to be the success...

Willamette with 1.4GHz
Willamette with 1.4GHz

Intel wants to strictly adhere to its processor schedule. The Willamette is supposed to come onto the market this year, probably under the name Penti...

Lots of CPU power for little money
Lots of CPU power for little money

The AMD Duron (formerly Spitfire) is likely to be a lot cheaper than the Celeron2. In the Multicom price list in Norway, the Duron is significantly (...

The Intel Itanium - a real bargain
The Intel Itanium - a real bargain

The Register was able to find out first prices for the 64-bit Itanium processor. According to this, an Itantium clocked with 800Mhz (FSB 266MHz) and ...

Intel closes the gap to the GHz CPU
Intel closes the gap to the GHz CPU

Today was the official launch day of the 933MHz variant of the Pentium III. The 933MHz variant finally closes the gap between the 866 and 1GHz model ...