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    So does this mean that, once New boards come out to support prescott; there should be a substantial performance increase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radicus
    So does this mean that, once New boards come out to support prescott; there should be a substantial performance increase?
    Yes.

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    Prescott 3.20 on air

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    Intel Prescott launch

    NDAs on Intel's new CPU named Prescott have now been lifted. The Prescott is officially called the P4E.

    P4E (Prescott) technical specifications

    Clock Speeds Starting at 3.4GHz, 3.2GHz, 3.0GHz, and 2.8GHz
    New .09-micron "Strained SI" Manufacturing Process
    Improved Hyperthreading Technology
    1MB on Chip, Full Speed L2 Cache
    Increased 16KB L1 Data Cache
    Streaming SIMD Extensions - SSE2 and 13 new SSE3 Instructions
    31 Stage "Hyper Pipelined" Technology for High Clock Speeds
    800MHz "Quad Pumped" Front Side Bus
    Rapid Execution Engine - ALU Clocked at 2X Frequency of Core
    128-Bit Floating Point/Multimedia Unit
    Intel "NetBurst" Micro-Architecture
    Supported by Intel i875P and i865G Chipsets with Hyperthreading
    1.25V - 1.40V Operating Voltage
    89 - 103 Watts Max Power Dissipation
    125 Million Transistors
    112mm Die Size

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    FX5900 - 3DMark2001 [20,566] - 3DMark2003 [7,281] - Aquamark3 [56,694]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulburner
    On air?? Damn that's extreme..! :wow:

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    Overclocking the Prescott 2.8E

    Our first over-the-counter Precott CPU yields different results on different boards and the overall results end up being better than we predicted.

    Introduction

    If you have happened to have been asleep all of last week and missed Intel's introduction of their new CPU, here is a link to our article that covers the technology and performance the 3.2GHz Prescott part showed. For the enthusiast, knowing the technology behind new products is surely a need, but paying for flagship processors is generally not something we do. We are always looking for an investment that we can push beyond its specified limits, gaining performance and having a bit of fun in the process. Intel was kind enough to launch Prescott core CPUs ranging from 2.8GHz to 3.4GHz last week. With help from Azzo Computers, we were able to take delivery of a real-world 2.8GHz Prescott just like one you would buy. It is these CPUs that we like to do our enthusiast testing with as we rely on them to give us a look at the real world of overclocking.

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