Intel Tejas and LGA-775 revealed

The gang at AnandTech socket to you with snapshots of the LGA-775 interface for future Pentium 4 processors, including Tejas, also pictured. While sharing the same 90nm process technology with the upcoming Prescott, samples of the generation-after-next Tejas at 2.8GHz consume roughly 150W, significantly more than the former at the same clockspeed. The best explanation for this seems to be that the chip is eating for two, signaling Intel's intent to deliver dual-core bundles of joy in 2005.
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