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Picture of Intel Tejas microprocessor emerges

By INQUIRER snapperazzi
Tue Mar 25 2003, 10:33
WE HAVEN'T HAD A CHANCE to count the 775 pins, rather pads, in this land grid array (LGA) Tejas processor but maybe one of our readers could take the trouble to do so. (Just kidding - it has 775).

It was snapped by a deep throat whose identity is being witheld, for obvious reasons. Later Prescott LGA processors have similar layouts. µ

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Intel Tejas to have eight additional instructions



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