Intel has recently been able to manufacture the first working circuit(A0) of its up and coming Merom processor. This chip will replace the Pentium M-processor next year and also a desktop version of the circuit, known as Conroe, is currently being developed. Both circuits are based on new processorarcitectures and is expected to appear on the market during the third quarter of 2006. The launch of Conroe will most likely be the beginning of the end of Intel’s NetBurst-arcitecture thus we are truly looking forward to see what Intel’s next cores will bring as they now have gotten at least one to work.


Source: TechReport

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