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Intel Celeron D Roadmap Update


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All the Intel value processors will remain single-core throughout the 2006 and into 2007. Cache sizes will be doubled with new 65nm products from 256KB to 512KB. The last batches of 90nm Celeron D products will be phased out in Q4'06, with 65nm Celeron D products making taking up 100% of Intel's shipments in Q1'07 and beyond.

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Any news of 2nd stepping for P4 Cedar Mill Core ?


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Wow not bad, 65 nm and 512k of L2. If they get the price right these could be hot overclockers :toast: