Intel sets dates for dual desktop, 6XX 2 MB Pentium 4s

The latest Intel roadmaps indicate that the launch of its dual core desktop processors - the X20, the X30 and the X40 - will be launched in the third quarter of 2005, suggesting they won't proliferate in PCs until the fourth quarter.

These chips will two Pentium 4 dies in one package, each with 1 MB of L2 cache, and supporting Intel's EM64T 64-32 extensions.

Read the complete story here. (The Inquirer)

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