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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...TTR12=&ATTR13=

The original 5 Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition 900 series "Preslers" have been joined by the Core Duo "Yonah" (667FSB, dual core mobile chip for skt 478 with 2x1MB L2 cache with speeds from 1.667GHz to 2.0GHz) and the "Cedar Mill" Pentium 4 6x1 series which are identicle to the 6x0 series except for the new 65nm process and their lower operating voltages (800FSB, 2MB L2 cache, skt LGA775)

I know some of us Intel faithful have been waiting for these CPUs for quite a while and while they won't beat AMDs like Conroe will (hopefully) the 65nm process should allow for 4.2-4.5GHz on conventional air cooling! (and at those speeds the Pentium 4 6x1's should trump an FX55 stock and the Pentium D 900's should beat the FX60 at stock speeds) ((yes I realize comparing a CPU overclocked by over 1.5GHz to a stock CPU is not fair lol))

EDIT/// From the article: "The desktop processor will introduce a new monitoring solution as well. Instead of using Presler's thermal diode to report CPU thermals, Conroe will take advantage of what is called "Platform Environment Control Interface (PECI)." PECI is a one-wire bus interface with a bandwidth ranging from 2 Kbps to 2 Mbps that uses a CRC check byte to ensure accurate data reporting. The technology will be able to deliver data about electronic requirements, platform topologies, power management state handling, bus devices, commands and addressing for Intel based systems."
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Nice! I was going to wait for the Cedar Mill 661 to power my next build, but Intel took to long getting it out so I grabed up a 4400+.
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Anyone know if Cedar Mill is compatible with the 925XE chipset? If so, I'd upgrade my current cpu to a 661 instead of a 660.. a bit cooler, higher oc
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Anyone know if Cedar Mill is compatible with the 925XE chipset? If do, I'd upgrade my current cpu to a 661 instead of a 660.. a bit cooler, higher oc
Yes, the 925XE supports Cedar Mill but you better check your motherboard maker to see if there needs to be a bios flash for recognition.

Edit:
I was in error. 925XE does NOT support Cedar Mill. I bought one and it does not make the grade.

Sorry for the misinformation.

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SoaDMTGuy, no worries the Athlon X2's are still much faster (and the 600 series are still only single core with Hyper Threading) so your CPU is better.
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The Yonah is great mobile CPU (Pround to say that it was developed in Israel) and its the first Intel Mobile Dual Core CPU!



But dont you worry! there is alot more to come!



As you can see the big changes will be at the year 2007! now with the AMD DDR3 Support and PCI-Express Gen2 its going to be hard to decide what to buy!
but for now 2006 is also full of new pretty things... for example the Sossaman that be will a simple dual core!



And later on the "Monster" that I love so much! The Tulsa! a very powerful Workstation/Server CPU! (But we all know that its going to be perfect for OC and gaming!)



The Tulsa is the most powerful Intel CPU that dont use more then 2 cores!

For all who are planning to buy one of those Yonahs i got one thing to say! WAIT A BIT FOR MEROM!!!
Merom is the perfect mobile CPU! (Also developed in israel! like the Dothan etc...)

Take a look!

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Thats sweet..nice job
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Im wondering what is this "Dimona" at the year 2007? because its not quad core but all the other CPUs at 2007 are quad core... and Dimona is an israeli name so perhaps it also developed in israel or its just a low budget CPU... anyway im waiting for the Tulsa... should come out at the same time as the Conroe...
isnt it sweet? 16MB L3 Cache... (also 2x1MB L2)
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I can't wait til AMD goes 65nm. Should be some good competition.
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Yeah, AMD's 90nm processors are going down to 35w at 2.4ghz on single cores... Better than any Intel processor, 65nm or otherwise.
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