Intel Unveils Details For 'Conroe - L'

"Intel Unveils Details For 'Conroe - L'"

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Just when you thought that the the Pentium name was dead, it appears that it may be making a comeback, albeit in a slightly different capacity. Intel, according to the source define the 'Conroe - L' as a single core 65nm CPU, and they assume that it will be built on the Core 2 Duo architecture. The most recent Intel processor roadmaps have touted the Conroe - L as a supplement to the Cedar Mill chips.

There are estimated to be three Pentium E1000 models made available initially. These models include the Pentium E1060, E1040 and E1020 clocked at 1.80, 1.60 and 1.40 GHz respectively.

It is expected that the 'Conroe - L' will launch a full three quarters after the Core 2 processors first appeared - July 23 2006. Presently, there has been no mention of an estimated cost for any of the processors.

Conroe - L

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25-09-2006, 11:12:46

that looks like the best heatsink ever :o

25-09-2006, 12:41:00

Looks really good.

I do grow increasingly fearful for the motherboards however, that block seems to even defy Newton`s theories !

25-09-2006, 22:32:41

It's a beaut for sure and only weighs around 650g. ASUS have made sure that adequate reinforcement is behind the rear of the motherboard and cpu socket too. It'll be up for sale once the wc aspect of my rig is complete lol :D

26-09-2006, 10:05:48

WC Annihilus
Where's the OC3D review? :mad: Haha, jk. Sure looks nice :)

26-09-2006, 11:03:04

I took pics in preparation for one ;)

26-09-2006, 12:51:23

WC Annihilus
Woot! :) :worship: :worship: :worship:

26-02-2007, 15:08:20

can someone please tell me how big this cooler is?
srry i can not speak English as well
What is the height, breadth , length. (cm)
Actually what are the dimensions?

26-02-2007, 15:17:08

here you go;

Heatsink Dimensions (mm): 140(L) x 115(W) x 140(H)
Weight (without fan): 656 gram

26-02-2007, 16:22:57

Can i install it in a ATX case ?
or is it to small for a ATX

26-02-2007, 17:01:21


Can i install it in a ATX case ?
or is it to small for a ATX

a full atx, you should have no probs!

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