Offiziell: Intel stellt den neuen 90 nm Prescott vor

Erschienen: 02.02.2004, 06:30 Uhr, Quelle: E-Mail, Autor: Patrick von Brunn

Nachdem bereits die ersten Reviews im Netz aufgetaucht sind und auch wir unseren passenden Artikel veröffentlicht haben, flatterte nun endlich die offizielle Pressemeldung ein: Intel präsentiert den 0,09 µm Northwood-Nachfolger, Codename Prescott. Mehr über die Leistung der Modelle 2.8E, 3.0E und 3.2E in unserem ausführlichen Test.

"Intel Corporation is delivering four new processors (formerly codenamed Prescott) that are built on the company´s industry-leading, high-volume 90-nanometer (nm) manufacturing technology. These processors are among six new offerings in Intel´s line of desktop chips, bringing new features and high performance to a wide range of PC users, from mainstream consumers and businesspeople to gaming enthusiasts and computer power users.

Intel´s 90 nm (a nanometer is one-billionth of a meter) process technology is the most advanced semiconductor manufacturing process in the industry, built exclusively on 300 mm wafers. This new process combines high performance, low-power transistors, strained silicon, high-speed copper interconnects and a new low-k dielectric material. This is the first time all of these technologies have been integrated into a single manufacturing process.

Intel Pentium 4 processors built on the 90-nm process retain the multitasking capabilities of Hyper-Threading (HT) Technology, and include new features such as enhanced Intel NetBurst microarchitecture, a larger, 1 MB Level 2 (L2) cache and 13 new instructions."

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