Intel produces working A0 silicon for next-gen CPU

— 3:19 AM on July 28, 2005

According to a report (in French, bring a translator) at X86-secret, Intel has produced working A0 silicon of its upcoming Merom processor. The chip is slated to replace the Pentium M mobile processor next year, and a desktop version known as Conroe is also in the works. Both chips will be based on a new architecture and will reportedly be available as early as the third quarter of 2006.

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