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Intel Desktop Processors

In order to make the difference between Pentium D and Pentium Extreme Edition clear, we would like to offer you a comparative table where we compare these two new solutions against a few other ones from the Pentium 4 family:

 

Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition

Pentium Extreme Edition

Pentium D

Intel Pentium 4 6XX

Intel Pentium 4 5XX

Processor core

Prescott-2M

Smithfield

Smithfield

Prescott-2M

Prescott

Socket

LGA775

LGA775

LGA775

LGA775

LGA775

Number of cores

1

2

2

1

1

Core frequency

3.73 GHz

3.2 GHz

Up to 3.2 GHz

Up to 3.6 GHz

Up to 3.8 GHz

Bus frequency

1066 MHz

800 MHz

800 MHz

800 MHz

800 MHz

Production technology

0.09-micron, strained silicon

0.09-micron, strained silicon

0.09-micron, strained silicon

0.09-micron, strained silicon

0.09-micron, strained silicon

Transistors

169 mln.

230 mln.

230 mln.

169 mln.

125 mln.

Die size

135 sq.mm

206sq.mm

206sq.mm

135sq.mm

112sq.mm

L1 data cache

16 KB

2 x 16 KB

2 x 16 KB

16 KB

16 KB

L1 instructions cache

12000 uops

2 x 12000 uops

2 x 12000 uops

12000 uops

12000 uops

L2 cache

2048 KB

2 x 1024 KB

2 x 1024 KB

2048 KB

1024 KB

L3 cache

-

-

-

-

-

SIMD-instructions

SSE3/ SSE2/ SSE

SSE3/ SSE2/ SSE

SSE3/ SSE2/ SSE

SSE3/ SSE2/ SSE

SSE3/ SSE2/ SSE

EM64T

+

+

+

+

Optional

Hyper-Threading

+

+

-

+

+

Execute Disable Bit

+

+

+

+

+

Intel Enhanced SpeedStep

-

+

+

+

-

 
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