Also to debut next year are the Pentium 4 6xx series which share the large L2 cache and 64-bit technology of the aforementioned processor but will be clocked from 3.2GHz to 3.6GHz (630 to 660). All upcoming CPUs will use the 775-pin, Socket T platform.
Update: Intel plans to launch its Pentium 4 670 and Celeron D 350 processors for desktops in the second quarter, instead of the first as previously reported. This should give an edge to Extreme Editions as those will bring EM64T earlier to the table.
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