Put the french review in the google translator and came out with this:
Probably wearied to see AMD nibbling shares of market and perhaps also upset to have to give up the race at the frequency, INTEL promises for 2005 an avalanche of functionalities intended to sit its notoriety and to take again the leadership in terms of performances. The first of these new processors to be born officially are Pentium 4 of series 6, which quickly will succeed current series 5. Very waited by some, this refresh of the core Prescott brings its batch of innovation. Firstly, INTEL booste mask L2 of Pentium 4 which pass now of 1 Mo with 2 Mo Although the FSB remains to 800 MHz (logical considering only the chipset supporting the bus 1066 is the expensive i925XE), Pentium 4 6xx henceforth supports two very awaited functionalities: The EIST and the EM64T. First of these two new features, the EIST, is already well-known since it exists since now years on Pentium 4 Mobile. It makes it possible to vary the multiplying coefficient and the voltage supply to stolen in order to reducing the thermal dissipation of the processor. The EM64T, present in Xeon Nocona, is in fact neither more nor less than one adaptation of INTEL of the AMD64, also known under the name of x86-64. The 64 additional bits and its general registers thus unload in our GCV. It is thus on February 20 which the new range of processors based on this new core will be available. To the program, all the variations of 3.0 GHz with 3.6 GHz by steps of 200 MHz with a processor number ranging between 630 and 660. INTEL will also announce Pentium 4 EE 3.73 GHz, identical to Pentium 4 6xx to share, of course, its final frequency and its bus, which remains to 266 MHz (1066 QDR). The goal not-solicitor is of course to return in the race to the performances, vis-a-vis a competitor which take the broad one more and more: AMD. It is however interesting to note that the two processors "technological windows" of the two manufacturers, P4 EE and A64 FX, launched in large pump to play with which with largest, are clearly here blowing itself: P4 EE is not any more that one P4 6xx with a bus 1066 QDR, and as for Fx-55, it is ultimately nothing more than one overclocké Athlon 64 4000+ of 200 MHz. In these circumstances, we thus will see whether the practical profits of performances brought by this refresh of the core Prescott are worth displacement. With this intention, we will test Pentium 4 630 (3.0 GHz, most economic) and Pentium 4 EE 720 (3.73 GHz, expensive) that we will compare with the old range of INTEL, P4 530, but also with Athlon 64 of AMD. We will also benefit from it to give a progress report on the new functionalities brought and the new architecture of the mask. Of course, we will also show some tests of overclocking in order to the capacities of this new core in this field. Let us proceed.