We've already tested what Intel is keeping under wraps until this year's CeBIT trade fair. Imagine a Pentium 4 with a front-side bus clocked at 800 MHz, instead of the standard 533 or 400 MHz. At the same time, the processor family will have some new additions running at 3.2 and 3.4 GHz in order to keep the Athlon XP cowed.
The foundation for the power platform will be the E7205 chipset, a.k.a. "Granite Bay," whose dual-DDR memory interface already offers decent performance together with DDR266. However, the interface will be revamped for the Canterwood chipset and validated for use with DDR400 RAM.
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