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Date: March 23rd, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Intel

 

PRODUCT PICTORIAL


As with any current flagship product from any company, pricing is going to be steep and at a definite premium. Although pricing is currently not available, I would be keeping at least US$750-$1200 handy if you are willing to grab a new 3.4Ghz Prescott as soon as it is released into the regular retail channels.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


As you can see, the Prescott built and looks exactly like its Northwood predecessor.



And for an additional comparison, I compared the 3.4E to the Gallatin based 3.2Ghz Extreme Edition processor with 2MB of on-die L3 cache. (3.2Ghz Extreme Edition Review is HERE)




Only when you take a glance at the bottom portion of the processor will you be able to identify the Prescott.

 

 


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