IDF Taiwan: Intel confirms packages for Conroe and Woodcrest, but remains fuzzy on Merom
Vyacheslav Sobolev, DigiTimes.com, Taipei
At IDF Taiwan, Intel officially confirmed packaging for two of its first 65nm dual-core processors (Conroe and Woodcrest) based on the next-generation Intel Core microarchitecture, but failed to clarify packaging on a third processor (Merom) using Intel...
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