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    http://www.insight.com/canada/apps/p...ct_id=IT884206

    one of my hardware suppliers started listing these on his website a few days ago - along with new 2.4's, 2.6's, 2.8's & 3.0's all w/ an 800MHz FSB

    I can't find these on the Intel Website yet - and my sales reps is a bit clueless - what's the story with hyper threading and these new chips? any chance it will be enabled on all of them?

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    you can be rest assured that that HT technology will be there on all of them.
    P-4 with 800 Mhz FSB, code name Prescott, is expected to be launched till late 2003.
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    hmmmm.....my rep is telling me early May 03 - I wonder if he knows what he is talking about.

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    I have heard about the Prescott too. It will be awesome(and pricy). One thing though, the Prescott will be a tough challenge for AMD to deal with. I will want to see what AMD will come up with to counter this new processor.

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    I've done a bit of reading....

    I don't think this is a prescott - I think this is just a new variation of the Northwood - same die, same cache - speeds from 2.4GHz up to 3.2GHz - just w/a new 800MHz FSB

    ...so my question remains - will hyper threading be enabled in these processors below 3GHz

    anyone?

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    i don't know where you read that :confused:
    90nm chip with a cache of 1MB is code named Tejas and will be launched in late 2004-early 2005!

    don't worry about it, HT will be there in it no matter it is below 3Ghz. check MSI and you will know that they have already released a new chipset for this kinda processor, but it will support CPU till 2.8 only and it is HT ready.
    http://www.msi.com.tw/program/produc...-6704%20Ver2.1
    if the processor is not HT ready why would they have a chipset for it?

    i talked about the processor you read about in another thread in same forum.
    http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...&threadid=9864

    i hope it will clear your doubts!!!
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    The 800 FSB CPUs he saw listest are not Prescotts. Like one of the other guys said, Presscotts aren't going to be out until later this year. Until Prescott is out later this year, Intel is beafing up their Northwood processors with 800 FSB. I think they are going all the way back to 2.4 Gig. These new 800 FSB CPUs will be compatible with the 865G, 865PE and 875PE chipsets. Some manufacturs are claiming that their 845PE boards will be able to run at 800 FSB, but even if it did, you would not get the full benifits and speed of the new 865 chipset.

    Hope that clears everything up. Boards and processors should be out sometime soon I believe.
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    as far as i know all of the 800fsb cpus will have HT enabled. does any one know when the new AMD 400fsb are supposed to come out??

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptMorgan
    The 800 FSB CPUs he saw listest are not Prescotts. Like one of the other guys said, Presscotts aren't going to be out until later this year. Until Prescott is out later this year, Intel is beafing up their Northwood processors with 800 FSB. I think they are going all the way back to 2.4 Gig. These new 800 FSB CPUs will be compatible with the 865G, 865PE and 875PE chipsets. Some manufacturs are claiming that their 845PE boards will be able to run at 800 FSB, but even if it did, you would not get the full benifits and speed of the new 865 chipset.

    Hope that clears everything up. Boards and processors should be out sometime soon I believe.
    exactly :) I did buy a Albatron PX845PEV-800 (supports 800mhz fsb, 845pe chipset) for that purpose :) I've had a 2.53 up to 193mhz fsb from 133 (cpu likely maxed, doubt the board is). But we'll see for that reason :)
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    oops i think i messed it up...:p

    anyways here is something about these northwoods
    http://www.anandtech.com/chipsets/showdoc.html?i=1806

    so, now the question still holds! whether HT will be enabled in 2.4, 2.6, 2.8 and 3.0 or not? :confused:
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