Intel Processor release schedule announced

Intel announced the release schedule for its new processors.
According to the schedule Q3 2000 will see the release of the 700 MHz Celeron and the 933MHz and 1 GHz Pentium 3'S.
Q4 2000 will have the 733 and 766 MHz Celerons the Pentium 3 1 GHz and will introduce the Pentium 4 1.3 AND 1.4 GHz models,
Finally Q1 2001 will sport the 766 and 800 MHz Celeron's, the 666 and 700 MHz new Timna processors, a 1.13 GHz Pentium 3 model and finally the Pentium 4 1.4 and 1.5 GHz processors.
This announcement was accompanied with the new Intel prices which, probably as a reaction to AMD pricing reports, slashed prices.
Intel's family of Pentium III processors is now available at a lower price. The Santa Clara based company cut the PIII's prices by up to 24 percent. The 933MHz model dropped 10 percent, and is now $699, while the slower 750MHz chip is now $262. The PIII Xeon processors also received a price drop. The 933MHz is now $719, and the 866MHz is $515. Intel made no announcement regarding price arrangements on 1GHz+ chips.

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Intel Processor release schedule announced

Question: What good does 1 GHz+ REALLY do when the rest of the parts in your computer are still under par? I'm personally wanting to see some faster HD's, controllers, memory, etc. Don't get me wrong, it's cool that their getting stuff this fast, somebody just needs to hike up the speed on the rest of it.

Intel Processor release schedule announced

Question: What good does 1 GHz+ REALLY do when the rest of the parts in your computer are still under par? I'm personally wanting to see some faster HD's, controllers, memory, etc. Don't get me wrong, it's cool that their getting stuff this fast, somebody just needs to hike up the speed on the rest of it.

Intel Processor release schedule announced

AMD SUCKS look at q3 requirements for example 266 PII or 350 AMDK6 also amd overclocksi saw one go on for a few days strait and it fried itselfbut ii have had my Pentium 3 system on for the last like month, big companies use like sun Microsystems (not for personal use) companies that want relibnility what do you think amd faglon? NO!!! WRONG!! why do they pay MORE for Intel Guess...There the Best out there for speed and relibility amd literally caught on fire in a computer roomi was in (AMD overclocked it [made it run faster then it could safely]before it got to the school comp room. choose Intel also when testing chips intel makes sure like my 733 they make sure its 733 or higher i have 745 (failed 750) athlon FORCES thier chips to go to higher speeds like a 733 would be overran to 775 or 800, not good that guy that did that in the intel chip (even though it better parts and water cooling) it just isnt good

Intel Processor release schedule announced

um speeds, not everything is running off the hard drive thats why theres ram and cache it loads a program in to ram and runs it thats whyb you get an advantage because they do speed up the bus alot. P.S. They do make faster Hard Drives you probably use a dma/33(thats the speed this is normally what you get when you have a dell or somthing)(Compaq is another thing mabe dma /.0001 [not actuall but thier stuff is slow]) i have one dma/66(20 gig)like 3 monthes ago and one dma/100 (30gig) both IBM i got it oem (no box only a plastic anti static bag) i got the 30 gig a week ago...geuss what i paid: $200 whereever you go you probably have to pay $200 for 10 gig and only dma33 or 66. i recomend like Central Computer (Stevens Creek*)(best for hds and stuff) or High tech USA (Milpedias*)(best for memory and Processors and motherboards),*= in the Bay Area (California)

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