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Intel readies E6xxx Conroe desktop chips for fall

CHIP GIANT Intel has told its server customers of a range of processors in Q3 with 4MB of cache and 1066 system buses, as we've predicted earlier.

It will introduce the E6700, a 2.67GHz dual core processor, the E6600, a 2.40GHz CPU which also has 4MB of cache, but has some 2MB cache processors in that family too.

These are the E6400 and the E6300, clocking at 2.13GHz and 1.86GHz - each having 2MB of cache.

Prices are likely to be around $529, $315, $240 and $210 respectively but Intel will precipitate a price crash on other processors on the 23rd of April.

Naturally, these CPUs will be produced using a 65 nanometre process with these Conroes infiltrating two separate lines.

According to recent roadmaps seen in the Porcupine, Intel will introduce a 3.6GHz 800MHz 2x2MB cache 960 at the end of April, following the large price falls in the previous week.

Source: http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=29504

Intel readies ultra low voltage Yonahs

CHIP GIANT Intel will release two single core ultra low voltage (ULV) in mid April, clocking at 1.20GHz and 1.06GHz, it has emerged.

The U1400 and U1300 are likely to cost $250 and $230 respectively, when you buy them in trays from the chip giant.

And it will follow that up with a U2500 later in the year, a dual core 533MHz system bus processor which will cost $280 or so.

Meanwhile, again mid April, it will start selling its 430 and 420 mobile Celeron Yonah chips, clocking at 1.73GHz and 1.60GHz, each with 1MB of cache. Again, later in the year, it will introduce the 410, which is a 1.46GHz 1MB mobile Celeron.

After it introduces the ULV processors, Intel will cut prices on existing mobile Celerons such as the 390 and the 380 as it prepares to shift everything the Yonah way.

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