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New roadmap from Intel

New roadmap from Intel

There is a new unofficial roadmap from Intel, in which the new Celeron models with 100 MHz FSB clock and 0.13µ technology appear. The 3 GHz limit should therefore only fall at the beginning of 2003 and not yet this year, as was sometimes assumed.

The roadmap was leaked to the Internet gossip 'The Inquirer' , vr-zone has created a table from the data, which we also want to show here.

CPU 01/27/2002 mid-April April-May end May Pentium 4A 2.4 GHz (0.13µ) - - $ 562 $ 562 Pentium 4A 2.26 GHz (0.13µ) - - $ 508 $ 241 Pentium 4A 2.2 GHz (0.13µ) $ 562 $ 508 - - Pentium 4A 2, 0 GHz (0.13µ) $ 364 $ 284 - $ 225 Pentium 4 2.0 GHz (0.18µ) $ 342 $ 262 - $ 193 Pentium 4 1.9 GHz (0.18µ) $ 241 $ 225 -? Pentium 4 1.8 GHz (0.18µ) $ 193 $ 193 - $ 163 Pentium 4 1.7 GHz (0.18µ) $ 163 $ 163 - $ 143

From the second quarter of 2002, the processors with the increased FSB of 533 MHz (2.26 and 2.4 GHz) will come onto the market at the same time The new Celeron based on the Willamette core with 128 KB L2 cache are coming onto the market. At the end of the second quarter there will be the Celeron in the mPGA478 housing in 0.13µ with 1.4 GHz, which will cost 123 US dollars. The Celeron processors should be cheaper at the end of March, the 1.4 GHz Celeron should cost only 99, - US dollars, the 1.2 GHz model 84, - US dollars and the 1.1 GHz Celeron 74, - US dollars.

There are also changes to the chipsets, the code names Tehama E and Brookdale E become the i850E and i845E, the Brookdale G becomes the i845G, which will be available in the second quarter the market should come.