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Wednesday, 20 June 2007 11:43

Intel to launch E2180 at 2 GHz

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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And Q35 in Q4


Intel plans to reveal at least tree new products including the E2180 with 1 MB cache, a new Celeron 440 and a the Q35 chipset. Intel moved the launch from the ESC show in September to IDF Taipei in October.


The Celeron 440 is based on the Conroe L dual core processor, supports FSB 800 and has total of 512 KB cache and is clocked at 2 GHz.

 

The Intel Pentium dual core processor E2180 is based on the Conroe core and it also supports FSB 800, has 1 MB cache and will work at 2.0 GHz. Of course this is a dual core CPU and a faster version of the E2140 clocked at 1.6 GHz with FSB 800.

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