intel Today marks the launch of eight Pentium D 900 CPUS as the world waits to see where Intel's 65 nm process will take the next generation of Pentium CPUs. But does process technology alone suffice to beat the performance and heat specs of AMD's finest? While more than six months remain before Intel launches its next-generation processor architecture to replace the less-than-venerable Pentium 4, Athlon 64 processors have bested the Pentium 4 by offering better performance and lower power consumption for more than a year. Now, today, Intel's counterstrike begins, as the firm leverages the advantages of its 65 nm process, but without offering significant upgrades in design. read more...

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