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    Intel's Revamped Roadmap

    Look at this... http://www.x86-secret.com/articles/c...n/dothan-5.htm

    shows 2Ghz PentiumM vs 2Ghz P4, A64, P4EE, etc wins almost everything.

    Then the next page shows a 2.4Ghz Pentium M vs 3.4Ghz P4, etc.. matching or beating it.

    Just imagine if it was on an 800Mhz FSB, like the P4 or had DDR400. Intel is finally listening to all of the people who were asking for a desktop Pentium M and its going to be trashing its plans for Tejas/Jayhawk for dual core Pentium M's.

    I'm excited about Intel's new path. Now if they would just publish a new roadmap detailing its plans a little better.
    Last edited by chrisf6969; 10-05-2004 at 04:31 PM.

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    I hope AMD can continue the fight, couldn't think of having to go the pentium route.
    meh

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    Those results look good. A bit too good considering Dothan uses a discrete memory controller, although Im not too certain how much performance advantage A64's on-chip memory controller gives. I guess having 2MB L2 cache plays a big part.

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    Not to bad, the thing to think about is that its a unrelesed chip coming out god knows when just beating the current range of chips, wonder what AMD will have on the market by the time that comes out?
    Still nice to see though, should be faster when relesed and if Intel can get the FSB up it should be a winner
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