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Intel decides on clock speeds for Yonah processors

Notebook Roadmaps Rejigs numbering scheme
Thu Nov 17 2005, 14:11
CHIP FIRM Intel has told its customers the speeds it expects its Yonah processors to have when they're launched on the 1st of January next year.

According to roadmaps seen by the INQ, Intel has further tweaked the way these dual core and single core chips are numbered.

The highest clocked chip will only reach 2.16GHz a launch in January, although it is a dual core product.

This is what we hastily scribbled down on the back of a fag packet from the documents we saw.

No.
GHz
FSB
Cache
Cash
Yonah DC
T2600
2.16
667
2MB
$640
Yonah DC
T2500
2
667
2MB
$420
Yonah DC
T2400
1.83
667
2MB
$295
Yonah DC
T2300
1.66
667
2MB
$240
Yonah SC
T1300
1.66
667
2MB
$210
Yonah LV DC
L2400
1.66
667
2MB
$325
Yonah LV DC
L2300
1.5
667
2MB
$285

SC means single core, DC means dual core, LV means low voltage. Intel has tweaked this Yonah numbering scheme since the last time it told its customers what was coming. The T stands for TDP power 25W to 49W, the L TDP power 15W to 24W, and the U TDP power less than 14 watts.

Other products are on the way in April and later that use the "U" prefix. These will be the ULV single core - a U1400, clocking at 1.2GHz, and having a 533MHz bus and 2MB of cache at $260, and the U1300, with similar characteristics and a clock speed of 1.06GHz at $240. Later in the year it will introduce the U2500, a 1.06GHz 533MHz 2MB dual core ULV processor, priced at $290.

On the 1st of January, Intel will also introduce the 3945ABG Intel Pro Wireless chipset. µ

 

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