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  Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor Product Information
The Intel®; Pentium® 4 Processor is designed to deliver performance across usages—such as image processing, video content creation, games and multimedia—where end-users can truly appreciate the performance.
Intel Pentium 4 Processors enabled with HT Technology deliver performance and multitasking gains that result in increased productivity and efficiency.
Intel Pentium 4 Processors that are enabled with Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology allow the operating system to adjust the processor clock down when running applications that require less power.
www.intel.com /products/processor/pentium4   (437 words)

  
  The Pentium: An Architectural History of the World's Most Famous Desktop Processor (Part I): Page 1
The original Pentium is an extremely modest design by today's standards, and when it was introduced in 1993 it wasn't exactly a blockbuster by the standards of its RISC contemporaries, either.
The Pentium's two-issue superscalar architecture was fairly straightforward.
All told, though, the Pentium's two integer pipes provided solid enough integer performance to be competitive, especially for integer-intensive office apps.
arstechnica.com /articles/paedia/cpu/pentium-1.ars/1   (968 words)

  
  Pentium
Codenamed P5, the Pentium was released by Intel in 1993 as a replacement to the 80486 processor.
It is called Pentium because it is the fifth in the 80x86 line.
The Pentium processor is faster and more powerful than Intel's earlier chips, with about 3.1 million transistors, compared to 1.2 million on the 80486 and 275,000 on the 80386.
www.computerhope.com /jargon/p/pentium.htm   (177 words)

  
 Welcome to AnandTech.com [ Article: Intel's 90nm Pentium M 755: Dothan Investigated]
With the Pentium 4's power requirements climbing, it was all too easy to believe that Intel would just go back to a much cooler running architecture for the future of their mobile processors.
The Pentium M 755 is close to the Athlon 64 3000+, which is still impressive, but it's clear that the Pentium M's dominance does not extend into the realm of media encoding.
The Pentium M will continue to be an excellent mobile chip, and the next incarnation of the Pentium M should be yet another revolution as it may even receive multiple cores as a part of Intel's overall threading strategy.
www.anandtech.com /printarticle.aspx?i=2129   (5472 words)

  
 Intel confirms Pentium 4 shortages   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Intel® Pentium® 4 processor ramp continues to accelerate in the distribution channel and is currently shipping at speeds of 1.40 - 2 GHz in the 423-pin package and 1.50 - 2 GHz in the 478-pin package.
Overall supply of boxed Pentium 4 processors is healthy to support expected sales, although Intel expects the supply of processors in the 478-pin package to be limited in October.
The new Mobile Intel Pentium III Processor-M is based on new Intel 0.13 micron technology, and delivers significant benefits to the user including maximum performance and capability, mobility and connectivity, multitude of price points and form factors, and minimal cost.
www.theinquirer.net /19100109.htm   (1850 words)

  
 Howstuffworks "What is the difference between a Pentium and a Celeron processor?"
The fastest Pentium 4 might be 60 percent faster than the fastest Celeron.
Pentium 4s tend to be about 30 percent faster than Celerons.
When you sort all this out and compare the two chips side by side, it turns out that a Celeron and a Pentium 4 chip running at the same speed are different beasts.
www.howstuffworks.com /question268.htm   (300 words)

  
 Radiation-hardened Pentium® processor
The Pentium processor is one of the most popular computer chips in the world.
The Pentium processor redesign effort will involve several government agencies that are expected to use the increased computing power for a variety of applications.
The transfer of the Pentium design represents the third chip design transferred from Intel to Sandia over the last 18 years, and is part of a long-term cooperative relationship.
www.sandia.gov /media/rhp.htm   (2225 words)

  
 bit-tech.net | Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 955
The Pentium Extreme Edition 955 processor is Intel's first 65 nanometre processor, and is based on the Presler core.
Along with HyperThreading technology, the Pentium Extreme Edition 955 inherits all of the features that are found in the latest Pentium 4 chips, such as the Pentium 4 672 and 662.
Obviously, the Pentium Extreme Edition 955 is a dual core processor, so there are four logical threads as opposed to two - the theory is the same, though.
www.bit-tech.net /hardware/2005/12/27/intel_pentium_ee_955/1.html   (792 words)

  
 Intel cranks out new Pentium 4 | CNET News.com
The company serves up a large helping of megahertz with five new Pentium 4 processors, which are expected to spawn a number of new desktop PC models.
The new Pentium 4s, which are expected to spawn a number of new desktop PC models, include three chips based on a fresh processor design, code-named Prescott.
The chipmaker lowered its 3.2GHz Pentium 4 by 33 percent, from $417 to $278.
news.com.com /2100-1006-5151363.html   (1169 words)

  
 The Pentium D: Intel's Dual Core Silver Bullet Previewed | Tom's Hardware   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pentium Extreme Edition And Pentium D 840 Under Scrutiny
Where a Pentium with HT and parallelized code processing shows small performance gains, a dual core processor with two fully-featured processor units should finally enable a noticeable performance boost.
It was based on the 955X chipset and teamed up with the Pentium Processor Extreme Edition.
www.tomshardware.com /2005/04/05/the_pentium_d   (511 words)

  
 Tom's Hardware Guide: CPU Guide - Intel's New Pentium 4 Processor   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pentium 4's system bus is only clocked at 100 MHz and also 64-bit wide, but it is 'quad-pumped', using the same principle as AGP4x.
Pentium 4's hardware prefetch is probably able to significantly accelerate the execution of software that is using a lot of large data arrays.
Although we managed to run all of our Pentium 4 test motherboards with a normal power supply as well, we encourage every Pentium 4 owner to ensure he's got one of the new power supplies that come with two additional connectors that need to be plugged into the motherboard.
pateame.fciencias.unam.mx /arq/proc/p4/index.html   (6363 words)

  
 Pentium 4 Notes
The Pentium 3 will eventually reach speeds ranging from 1.2GHz to 1.4GHz, but that won't be until Intel switches over to the 0.13 Tualatin P3 next year.
Codenamed the Willamette, the Pentium 4 will be Intel's core 32-bit architecture for the next 5-7 years and will take the company up to 2GHz and beyond.
The Pentium 4 will be fully compatible with existing 32-bit applications and operating systems, and Intel will release chips later this year with initial speeds in the 1.4GHz range.
www.firingsquad.com /hardware/pentium4notes/default.asp   (485 words)

  
 bit-tech.net | Intel Pentium 4 670 & Pentium D 820   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Back then, we promised you that we'd be having a look at Intel's Pentium D when we had the chance, and today we're going to be looking at Intel's Pentium D 820.
The Pentium D 820 is the slowest of Intel's dual core processors, but that should not put you off immediately as it comes with a very healthy price tag.
One thing to note with the Pentium D is that only the Extreme Edition supports Intel's HyperThreading technology, the slower cores don't support it and we're likely to see Intel move away from HyperThreading when they bring out their next generation CPU architecture, which was uncovered earlier this week.
www.bit-tech.net /hardware/2005/08/26/intel_p4_670_pd_820/1.html   (442 words)

  
 Pentium - a definition from Whatis.com
The Pentium Pro, released in 1995, was designed for PC servers and workstation that needed to serve multiple users or needed the speed required for graphics-intensive applications.
Among the Pentium II's features are a 512 KB (kilobyte) level-two (L1 and L2) memory cache and a 32 KB L1 and L2 cache, twice that of the Pentium Pro processor.
The latest Pentium II's are Celeron, a low-end Pentium without the L2 cache, and Xeon, a high-end Pentium that replaces the Pentium Pro for enterprise server and workstation computers.
whatis.techtarget.com /definition/0,,sid9_gci212771,00.html?track=NL-37&ad=493405   (299 words)

  
 Intel drops "Pentium" brand | TG Daily   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sources indicated that Intel will drop the Pentium name without making a major announcement, but simply transition to processor names such as "Intel D 920" or "Intel 672" without introducing a new brand.
After having squeezed more than a dozen variations of Pentiums under one roof since the brand's introduction in 1993, a shift in Intel's marketing and product strategy may have been the decisive impact to kick out Pentium.
"Pentium was not a damaged good that would have forced Intel to such a departure.
tgdaily.com /2006/01/15/intel_drops_pentium_brand   (525 words)

  
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 Intel to demo 0.13-micron Pentium 4 at Comdex
The 0.13-micron Pentium 4 lays the groundwork for the Pentium 4 chip family to attain speeds as high as 3GHz by the end of next year.
The new Pentium III server chips put even more pressure on struggling Transmeta, the Crusoe chip of which was also targeted at the server blade market and mobile devices.
With the new Pentium III server chip, Intel has basically taken its mobile Pentium III-M chip and re-targeted it at the server market for companies that were building or considering building Transmeta-based server blades.
www.infoworld.com /articles/hn/xml/01/11/02/011102hnintel.html   (992 words)

  
 Pentium 4 optimization for Photoshop 6: Digital Photography Review   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Adobe has today announced a special plugin which has been optimized for the Intel Pentium 4 processor, it enhances the performance of Photoshop 6 running on a Pentium 4 by up to 70%.
The new plug-in improves the performance of various Photoshop 6.0 functions on the Pentium 4 processor up to 70% faster, depending on the utilized Photoshop features that have been specifically optimized for the Pentium 4 processor.
Photoshop's softwares Pentium 4 processor plug-in is expected to be available in May, with no charge to all Photoshop users.
www.dpreview.com /news/0104/01042404photoshop6pentium4.asp   (496 words)

  
 Intel Pentium III Processor Table   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Pentium III is similar to the Pentium II, but adds some new instructions, and a couple new features.
It appears that Intel transitioned from.25 to.18 on the Pentium III 600B processor, and the Pentium III 533B is all.18 micron.
This assumption is based on the fact that Pentium III 600B's were manufactured at 1.6 and 2.05 volts, while Pentium III 533B's were manufactured at 1.6 volts only, according to this page at Intel's site.
www.geek.com /procspec/intel/pentium3consumer.htm   (679 words)

  
 PC World - Intel Says New Mobile Chip Equals High-End Pentium 4 in Performance
Given that the Pentium 4 was designed primarily to run at high clock speeds, Intel is investigating other methods of improving its performance.
The Pentium M was designed to consume as little power as possible from the start of the project, extending battery life and reducing the size of the heat shields needed to protect the notebook from more power-hungry processors.
Pentium 4 systems require cooling fans that can be very annoying to users, especially if the PCs are used to watch movies or television.
www.pcworld.com /news/article/0,aid,119366,00.asp   (945 words)

  
 Emulators Online - Pentium 4
The Pentium 4 processor - Intel's "next generation" of processor to succeed the Pentium III and Celeron processors - was released on November 20 2000.
Although the road was a long one, involving changes to the design and manufacture of the Pentium 4, severe price reductions, the release of new compiler tools, and code rewrites by third party developers, the Pentium 4 has ultimately reached the end of its life.
The first book is The Pentium Chronicles, written by Bob Colwell, one of the men who designed and built the microprocessor core that is after 10 years still at the heart of today's latest Centrino laptops and yes, even the new Apple Mac Mini and Apple iMac Duo.
www.emulators.com /pentium4.htm   (926 words)

  
 Intel® Pentium® D Processor Product Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With an Intel Pentium D processor-based PC featuring two full processing cores, you get the flexibility and performance to handle multimedia entertainment, digital photo editing, even multiple users, simultaneously.
The Intel Pentium D processor-based PC with Intel dual-core processing technology provides the performance to take advantage of sophisticated gaming software which can result in realistic game environments and challenging game play.
For example, one person can be checking email while the other uses a remote control to access digital photos stored on the same PC and view them on the TV from the comfort of their living room.
wwwp.intel.com /products/processor/pentium_D/index.htm   (299 words)

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