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Intel Tejas Pushed To Q2 2005

Intel is pushing code-named Tejas processor into the second
quarter of 2005. Intel’s code-named Tejas microprocessor, the fourth-generation
NetBurst CPUs, will have core-speeds at around 4.0GHz – 4.20GHz. Instead of
Tejas, Intel will kick-off 4.20GHz Pentium 4 Prescott chip in Q1 2005. First
Tejas processors will be made using 90nm fabrication technology, while CPUs due
out later will be manufactured at 65nm nodes. There are rumours that Intel will
use “another”, improved, version of its Strained Silicon technology to produce
Tejas chips in early 2005. Intel will change dielectric it uses in transistors
with its next-generation process.

  • 90nm/65nm Micron Process

  • 120-140mm2 Die Size (90nm) / 80-100mm2
    Die Size (65nm)

  • Extended Enhanced Hyper-Threading

  • More efficient branch prediction mechanism

  • 8 Tejas New Instructions (TNI) : New
    high-performance audio standard, code-named Azalia supporting Dolby digital,
    multistreaming and improved speech recognition.

  • 1MB L2 Cache, 24KB L1 Cache, 16K uOps Trace
    Cache

  • 800/1066Mhz FSB

  • 775 LGA (Land Grid Array) Package


Intel is pushing code-named Tejas processor into the second
quarter of 2005. Intel’s code-named Tejas microprocessor, the fourth-generation
NetBurst CPUs, will have core-speeds at around 4.0GHz – 4.20GHz. Instead of
Tejas, Intel will kick-off 4.20GHz Pentium 4 Prescott chip in Q1 2005. First
Tejas processors will be made using 90nm fabrication technology, while CPUs due
out later will be manufactured at 65nm nodes. There are rumours that Intel will
use “another”, improved, version of its Strained Silicon technology to produce
Tejas chips in early 2005. Intel will change dielectric it uses in transistors
with its next-generation process.

  • 90nm/65nm Micron Process

  • 120-140mm2 Die Size (90nm) / 80-100mm2
    Die Size (65nm)

  • Extended Enhanced Hyper-Threading

  • More efficient branch prediction mechanism

  • 8 Tejas New Instructions (TNI) : New
    high-performance audio standard, code-named Azalia supporting Dolby digital,
    multistreaming and improved speech recognition.

  • 1MB L2 Cache, 24KB L1 Cache, 16K uOps Trace
    Cache

  • 800/1066Mhz FSB

  • 775 LGA (Land Grid Array) Package

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