|The Yonah processor is more exciting, however. As we reported recently, it has already taped out. The Napa platform is expected to be produced at the end of next year, and will be launched in the first quarter of 2006. The Napa chipset, Intel promises, will support a 667MHz front side bus, has better power management, bring DDR-2 67MHz(667Mhz?) memory to the Centrino platform, and incorporate iAMT. Yonah has to be pretty cool, because it's intended for thin and light notebooks, so the power management has got to be pretty good, given that it's a dual core baby.
During 2006, Intel is promising that Yonah will also support EM64T, the 64-bit thing.
|The 765 (2.10GHz) 400MHz Dothan with 2MB of cache gets released today.|