Next generation of the Pentium D processors is going to be based on 65nm core aka Presler. The core will consist of two separate pieces of silicon and will feature twice as large L2 cache. All the other features will remain the same as the previous generation Pentium D processor manufactured with 90nm technology.
The 65nm Pentium D will be available in Q1 2006.
After that there is going to be Conroe processor, which we have already talked about in the first IDF article earlier this afternoon.
In the single-core desktop segment we should soon see a new 65nm Pentium 4 processor aka Cedar Mill. Look how it compares with the today’s 90nm Pentium 4: