Everyone knew it was happening, and some even knew when. Intel made the leap to a quad-pumped Pentium4 processor with a base FSB of 133MHz. Will this boost make it any more competitive in the current... Read the review.
There has been much debate about which high-end processor is the best purchase in today's highly competitive market, both performance-wise and value-wise. There are two current main competitors in this... Read the article.
Intel's most recent addition to the Pentium 4 line is the now famous Northwood core. This new core added more cache and reduced the size of the P4 die to allow for greater clock speeds, less heat emissions... Read the review.
When the new Athlon XP hit the streets, many overclocking enthusiasts were concerned about the new style of L1 bridges. You couldn't just grab a pencil and unlock the processor anymore. But then along... Read the review.
With all the buzz going around about the new Northwood Pentium 4 processors, Intel seems to be on the verge of a large push to regain market share. But is all the hype really true? Come join Cameron "... Read the review.
The Intel Pentium 4 processor has had a somewhat rocky entry into the market since it's release earlier this year. Intel's marketing ideas have been criticised by most media sources around the world for... Read the review.
The Intel Pentium 4 processor is the seventh generation x86 microprocessor architecture from the Intel Corporation. Many months ago at the Intel Developer Forum 2000, Intel released what was known as... Read the review.