scared at what the move to 65nm will entail let alone dual core.
i just remember. oh yeah 90nm p4s are going to run so cool and be able to clock up to 5ghz easily, 130nm p4s are going to become extinct and suck.
p4 90nm comes out. proclaimed as worlds smallest heat generator. what does the future entail for intel's 65nm and dual core process??? (sure hope that they do a good job on the process change. smp processing kicks serious ass compared to single)
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