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    Intel roadmap update - prototypes of first quad-core desktop processor built

    At IDF Intel was making a lot of noise about its multi-core processor plans. TG Daily has details on some of the 21 multi-core CPUs that will be coming out in the next two years, and beyond.
    Merom will introduce Intel's next-generation micro-architecture in Q3 2006 and spread out into a mobile part (Merom), a desktop chip (Conroe) and a server processor (Woodcrest). This 65 nm generation will bring 7 new processors, including "Kentsfield" - a desktop chip that will combine two dual-core dies within one processor package. According to sources, prototypes of Kentsfield were produced during this quarter; volume availability of the processor is scheduled for early 2007.
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    I hate the new Intel logo on the Tom's Hardware page ... Also, I feel Intel are focussing on the branding of Processors (i.e. incorpating them into Centrino, Viiv etc) far too much. Surely this will put off business and self-builders; the differentiation between processors is very unclear.
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    Tom's has diversified into sections. While TG Daily is part of Tom's Hardware Guide, it's also now considered its own entitiy, hence the name and unique logo.
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    He meant the Intel logo. The dropped "e" was classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caged
    He meant the Intel logo. The dropped "e" was classic
    T'was. Modern, yet sophisticated
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