Fastest Intel Processors

Joel Jaeggli joelja at darkwing.uoregon.edu
Fri Jan 11 11:38:35 EST 2002


There are 2.2ghz p4's, these are based on the .13 micron northwood core 
rather than the willamete. to date I haven't heard of anyone having issues 
with these... drop one on your socket 478 mainbaord and go to town... ;)

joelja


  
On Fri, 11 Jan 2002, Rob Simac wrote:

>   What is the fastest Intel processors available to the public?  Have the 2.0 Ghz been released?  I have also heard rumors that the 2.0 Ghz has problems running with Red Hat 7.1.  Has anyone else heard this?
> 
>                       Ciao,
>                            Rob.
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> hellish yawning maw of the abyss -- it's pretty damn dark, so give it a 
> few minutes for your eyes to adjust."
>                           Frank M. Carrano, Branford, Conn.
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