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    Intel Desktop Processor Roadmap Update

    If you weren't aware of 1066MHz processors being launched by Intel this year, both Gallatin-2M and 2nd generation Prescott based, along with the supporting chipset, you certainly will be now. It remains to be seen if the roadmap can be followed by Intel, but the intent is certainly there.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD03NjM=

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    Finally some interesting news!!

    I want a 3.7Ghz processor on a 1066Mhz FSB.
    Wait I already basically have that!
    ----- 3.6Ghz processor on a 1200Mhz FSB

    I would also like a Pentium M ULV 1.10GHz 90nm 400MHz 2MB in a mini-itx format for an HTPC. When the hell is Intel going to wise up and make a product to compete with Via on the mini-itx front. I've built 2 PC's recently based on the M10000 mobo. If there was a Pentium M based version that would rock (performance wise)...

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