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Intel 540 3.2GHz 1MB L2 processor

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Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 540/540J supporting HT Technology (1M Cache, 3.20 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)
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Long product name Intel 540 3.2GHz 1MB L2 processor :
The short editorial description of Intel 540 3.2GHz 1MB L2 processor

Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 540/540J supporting HT Technology (1M Cache, 3.20 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)

Intel 540 3.2GHz 1MB L2 processor:
The official marketing text of Intel 540 3.2GHz 1MB L2 processor as supplied by the manufacturer
Intel extends Hyper-Threading Technology† to a variety of desktop PCs, with the new Intel® Pentium® 4 processor, featuring an advanced 800 MHz system bus and speeds ranging from 2.40C to 3.20 GHz. Hyper-Threading Technology from Intel enables the processor to execute two threads (parts of a software program) in parallel - so your software can run more efficiently and you can multitask more effectively.

Based on Intel® NetBurst™ microarchitecture and built with Intel's 0.13-micron technology, the Pentium 4 processor delivers significant performance gains for use in personal computing, business solutions and all your processing needs.
Short summary description Intel 540 3.2GHz 1MB L2 processor:
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Intel Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 540/540J supporting HT Technology (1M Cache, 3.20 GHz, 800 MHz FSB), Intel Pentium 4, 3.2 GHz, PLGA775, PPGA478, 90 nm, 32-bit, 800 MHz
Long summary description Intel 540 3.2GHz 1MB L2 processor :

Intel Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 540/540J supporting HT Technology (1M Cache, 3.20 GHz, 800 MHz FSB). Processor family: Intel Pentium 4, Processor frequency: 3.2 GHz, Processor socket: PLGA775, PPGA478. Thermal Design Power (TDP): 84 W, Number of Processing Die Transistors: 125 M, Processing Die size: 112 mm². Cache memory: 1 MB

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Processor family *
Intel Pentium 4
Processor frequency *
3.2 GHz
Processor cores *
Processor socket *
PLGA775, PPGA478
Processor lithography *
90 nm
Processor model *
Processor threads *
Processor operating modes *
Processor front side bus
800 MHz
Processor series
Intel Pentium 4 500 series supporting Hyper-Threading Technology
Processor cache
1 MB
Processor cache type
CPU multiplier (bus/core ratio)
FSB Parity
Bus type
Processor codename
Thermal Design Power (TDP) *
84 W
Execute Disable Bit
Number of Processing Die Transistors
125 M
Processing Die size
112 mm²
Number of Graphics & IMC Die Transistors
125 M
Processor package size
Embedded options available
Processor ARK ID
Processor special features
Intel® Hyper Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology)
Intel® Turbo Boost Technology
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology
Intel Trusted Execution Technology
Intel Enhanced Halt State
Intel Demand Based Switching
Intel 64
Operational conditions
67.7 °C
Technical details
Market segment
Processor cache
1024 KB
Product type
Born on date
Bus bandwidth
Bus type units
Processor core voltage
Product name
Intel Pentium 4 540/540J supporting HT Technology (1M Cache, 3.20 GHz, 800 MHz FSB)
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Processor brand name
Intel Pentium
Product family
Legacy Intel Pentium Processor
Other features
Cache memory
1 MB
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The year's not even a month old and already the CPU market is shaping up for another exciting 12 months for the consumer. Following AMD's speed bumped Athlon64 3400+ on the 6th January it's now Intel's turn to play its hand and introduce the latest incarn...
Intel had been quiet on the CPU front, and seemed to be letting AMD run rampant with new Athlon 64-based processors. The AMD 64 3200+ and FX-51 opened the floodgates, but the latest Athlon 64 3000+ and 3400+ laid out an impressive line of 64-bit CPUs...
Good Highest Performance Gaming CPU, 2MB L3 Cache, Socket 478 Upgradeable...
Bad Very Expensive...
Bottom line Intel has presented us with two very different processor releases, each with its own set of benefits and pitfalls. The Pentium 4-3.2E Prescott offers core enhancements and the doubling of the L1 and L2 cache levels, but the 3.2 GHz release core speed...
Remember back in November of 2000 when the 1.5GHz Pentium 4 first came to light?...
Approximately two years ago Intel launched their long awaited Northwood core. The Northwood allowed Intel to regain their performance crown from AMD in the high-end sector. The Northwood doubled the L2 cache of the existing Willamette core as well as...
Bottom line For the most part, the Prescott doesn’t offer the same instant improvement that Northwood offered over Willamette. It does however perform on par with the Northwood and rarely falls behind. While it doubles the L1 and L2, the extended pipeline kind...
Preparing for the Future Today Intel is releasing the latest core?revision to their Pentium 4 lineup: Prescott. This is the second revision from the original "Williamette" core P4, and it offers some pretty significant changes to the CPU. This is a pre...
When the Prescott core first appeared on our radar in 2002, only one detail was known: it would be manufactured on a 90nm process. The 180nm Willamette core was still around at the time, so naturally, Prescott sounded like an amazing feat of engineerin...
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