Tuesday October 10, 2006 6:34 am
Details on Intel’s Conroe-L Value Line
Intel’s latest roadmap shows that they will indeed be releasing Conroe-L based value desktop processors in 2007. The Conroe-L will be a single core processor with an 800MHz FSB and will be carried in both Pentium and Celeron flavors. The newest edition Pentium value processors will follow Intel’s new model number scheme making up the E1000 line of Pentiums. The E1000 line will start arriving in the second quarter of next year and come in three models, the E1020, E1040 and E1060 running at 1.4GHz, 1.6GHz and 1.8GHz respectively, all with 1MB of L2 cache. While Intel will continue to sell their Pentium 4 HT value line 631, 641 and 651 models, they will eventually be phased out and replaced by the E-series. The Conroe-L Celerons will be released as the Celeron D 400 series in the third quarter of next year and will carry the same core with half the cache.
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