Announcing Intel Core 2 Duo
May 7, 2006 3:01 PM
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"Conroe" and "Merom" get a name and a birthday
Intel has just passed us word about a new branding decision for the upcoming second generation Core processors. Intel's first generation desktop Core processor,
, will carry the moniker Core 2 Duo, suplementing the 65nm Netburst
micro-architecture. Notebook processors, earlier dubbed
, will also carry the Core 2 Duo moniker even though the processors are very different than the desktop Core 2 Duo chips. The highest end desktop processors, previously named Extreme Edition, will be labeled as Core 2 Extreme opposed to the mainstream Core 2 Duo.
Core 2 Extreme will actually become the first Conroe processor to launch, followed immediately by Core 2 Duo E6700 -- as outlined by Intel's
most recent desktop roadmap
are both based on 65nm process designs with shared L2 cache and aggressive power management.
will both be backwards compatible with recently manufactured desktop and mobile motherboards.
Intel's most recent forward outlook confirms Conroe will
in July, 2006 followed shortly by
in August 2006. This was hinted by Intel CEO Paul Otellini
earlier this week
during the company's quarterly report. Intel's press release about the new branding claims:
Consumers and businesses will also be able to purchase these processors as part of Intel’s market-focused platforms -- a collection of Intel hardware and software technology innovation that is designed and tested together and tailored to specific computing needs. Intel offers wireless computing, in-home entertainment or business productivity platforms through the company’s Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology, Intel Viiv technology and Intel vPro.
Intel is expected to publicly demonstrate Core 2 Duo at Computex 2006 in Taipei, Taiwan on June 6th, 2006. AMD is expected to launch its next generation DDR2 desktop component
on May 23, 2006
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Core 2 Duo
5/7/2006 4:06:55 PM
The new processor name builds on the Core brand, which was introduced with the current "Core Duo" mobile processor generation in January of this year. According to the company "Core 2" is a sign for a second generation of "Core" technology, which may be a bit confusing, as the current "Core Solo" and "Core Duo" processors are built on technology that has been carried over from previous "Pentium M" processors and the new "Core 2" generation is built on a completely new architecture (which is named "Core" as well.)
RE: Core 2 Duo
5/7/2006 4:44:20 PM
It 100% true that Core Due 2 ( Conroe, Woodcrest ) is based on Pentium M. Its also has some of good points of the Pentium 4 systems, faster Quad Bus and Faster floating point and SSE. Actually SSE has been even more improved and single cycle.
This is whole new generation, Maybe I saying the same thing.
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