It will introduce the E6700, a 2.67GHz dual core processor, the E6600, a 2.40GHz CPU which also has 4MB of cache, but has some 2MB cache processors in that family too.
These are the E6400 and the E6300, clocking at 2.13GHz and 1.86GHz - each having 2MB of cache.
Prices are likely to be around $529, $315, $240 and $210 respectively but Intel will precipitate a price crash on other processors on the 23rd of April.
Naturally, these CPUs will be produced using a 65 nanometre process with these Conroes infiltrating two separate lines.
According to recent roadmaps seen in the Porcupine, Intel will introduce a 3.6GHz 800MHz 2x2MB cache 960 at the end of April, following the large price falls in the previous week. µ
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