Pentium 1.13GHz comes out of the ashes
Almost 9 months after Intel had to take the Pentium III with 1.13GHz off the market due to instabilities, this processor model with a coppermine core appears again in Intel's plans.
Although the processor had actually already disappeared from the roadmaps of the processor giant, Intel has announced the availability of the 1.13 GHz Pentium III on its own website for the second quarter of 2001, which we are already in the end. As early as October 2000, Intel announced that it would present the withdrawn processor with small optimizations to the public during this period. The small optimizations in this case are a new core stepping, as well as an increased core voltage and a new housing, which we have already reported about. In general, no other means are used when overclocking a processor, so that one can clearly say that due to the delay in the 0.13µm Tualatin Pentium III, Intel pulls out all the stops to get the most out of the processors. Since Intel has not yet announced a 1.13GHz Pentium III, we have to be patient a little longer, but in this case their own website is a bit ahead of the press department.