The Inquirer shows off the first real information about Intel's dual-core processors, which will be released in Q3 2004. They will be called x20, x30 and the x40. These processors contain the Smithfield-Core and will have a twin 1MB L2 cache core supporting EM64T extensions and the "execute disable" bit. Clock speed will be 2.80GHz, 3GHz and 3.20GHz. They will also have a 800MHz system bus and use the new LGA775 socket. While we are waiting for it, Intel is going to launch their new 630, 640, 650 and 660 processors, which also will have 2MB of L2 cache in one core.