A few weeks ago more processors were released by Intel based on the 800 MHz FSB. Today is the release of Intel's latest flagship processor, the Pentium 4 3.2GHz CPU. Over the past year we have seen Intel ramp up the clock speeds on the P4. Sadly this is probably the end of the line for the legendary Northwood core. The new processors from Intel will have to use a .09-micron process to help keep the core running cooler. These new processors are codenamed Prescott and since they are awhile away, Intel has decided to up the speed one more time from the 3.0C.
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