The last of the Pentium EE's

Subject: Processors | March 23, 2006 - 10:25 AM |
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The newest P4 based on the old architecture, the 965, has been sped up to 3.73Ghz, in an attempt to unseat the FX-60.  Hexus has them competing head to head today, so drop by and find out the winner.


"Intel has now hit back with a Pentium Extreme Edition that's clocks in at 3.73GHz, up from the

'955's 3.46GHz. Is it enough to dislodge the FX-60's as the fastest x86 CPU around? Read on to

find out if the Pentium Extreme Edition 965 processor has what it takes to dislodge the FX-60 as

high-end desktop CPU of choice."


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Pentium Extreme Edition 965: The Last of a Dying Breed @ AnandTech

  • TARGET="_blank">Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 965 CPU @ HEXUS


  • TARGET="_blank">Intel's Pentium Extreme Edition 965 processor at Tech Report


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