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Pentium 4: bring out your living

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Remember those benchmarks at 2CPU which Intel managed to vanish a couple of weeks back?

Well, you can't put a good chip down and some more Pentium 4 benchmarks have emerged on the same site, but this time in the forum.

Go then to this spot to view benchmarks of a rev supposed to be based on a 1.2GHz part.

Pentium 4s are good at doing disappearing acts, but how about Foster, its grown up big brother for the server market?

A reader pointed to a document which formerly was found here, but has now, very frustratingly vanished before we got more than one peek at it and strange tales of some new Intel codename called Jackson.

Luckily, he found it again, elsewhere, even thought the PDF, which you can find here. doesn't have that much to say. ®

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