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Seven new Intel Pentium 4 processors, officially. Debut of 90nm Prescott core

Intel officially unveils the first series of new desktop processors since the beginning of the new 2021. Today’s announcement is notable not only for the fact that seven new processors were announced at once, for the first time the company begins to supply a new generation of processors with the Prescott core, the production of which has been adjusted at production facilities in compliance with the technological standards of the 90 nm process technology.

So, today there are five Intel chips with the new 90nm Prescott core:

3.2E GHz Pentium 4
2.8A GHz Pentium 4

In addition, Intel also announced the release of updated versions of processors from the previous lines:

3.4 GHz Pentium 4 (Northwood)

Despite the variety of new processors, they have in common the Intel NetBurst microarchitecture and the socket – Socket 478. However, in the case of new chips based on the Prescott core, we are dealing with an evolved architecture, which translates, for example, into support for 13 new SSE3 instructions.

The main differences between the 90 nm Intel process technology and the previous 0.13 micron standards are summarized in the table:
Technical process
0.13 μm
90 nm
Copper connections, layers
6
7
Dielectric
low-k, SIOF
low-k, CDO
Shutter material
Cobalt silicide
Nickel silicide
Memory cell area, mm?
2
1.15
Lithography
248 nm
193 nm
Silicon lattice
Plain silicon
Strained silicon

As for the main differences in the characteristics of 90 nm processors with a Prescott core from the usual chips with a Northwood core, here, of course, it is worth noting the core area – 112 mm? (at the Northwood core – 131 mm?), the number of transistors – 125 million. (Northwood core – 55 million.), which has grown from 512 KB to 1 MB L2 cache. Of course, a decrease in core area, coupled with a massive transition to 300 mm silicon wafers, should have a significant impact on reducing the level of production costs
chips. We do not have information about the stage at which debugging of mass production of chips with 90 nm technical process is currently in; however, by the time the process is run-in, the company will be able to afford significant price reductions without any problems.

The changes that have occurred to the NetBurst architecture during the transition to the Prescott core, undoubtedly, should also include improved technologies for data prefetching and branch prediction, improved power consumption mode, the introduction of additional WC buffers, an improved implementation of shift / rotate operations,
improved imul latency parameter value, as well as, undoubtedly, support for the 13 new aforementioned SSE3 instructions:

The implementation of a new level of thermal support for chips with Prescott core deserves a special mention. The TCASEMAX parameter is now defined for various energy dissipation levels, and the new TCONTROL parameter
designed for use in Fan Speed ​​Control. Plus, the PROCHOT # value is calibrated and set based on the energy dissipation for each block. However, from a practical point of view, it will be most important to note that no changes have occurred in the design and implementation of cooling systems for new processors: still
it remains possible to use standard coolers validated for work with Northwood chips, since the higher operating temperature of the new processors does not require as much cooling as before, plus, the higher operating temperature allows the heat to “drain” more efficiently. However, the practical value of such a mode in conjunction with other PC elements has yet to be assessed in real systems.

Our news has already repeatedly mentioned the statements of motherboard manufacturers about the release of new solutions with support for Pentium 4 Prescott chips and the release of new BIOS firmware, which in most cases also allows to provide support for VRM = 2 and to operate most motherboards based on I865 / i875 chipsets in conjunction with new
processors. It is gratifying that this time, due to the announcement of new chips, no mass migration to new motherboards (as was the case, for example, with the advent of processors with Hyper-Threading technology) is not expected. Of course, all this is also true in the case of using motherboards based on chipsets from other manufacturers – VIA, SiS, ALi, ATI, subject to the availability of a new BIOS and its flashing. Otherwise, the new processor will be recognized by the system as a chip with VRM = 1.5 and is automatically detected as “2.8E GHz Pentium 4”.

It remains to add that the wholesale (from a thousand pieces) price of 3.40E GHz, 3.20E GHz, 3.00E GHz and 2.80E GHz Pentium 4 processors supporting Hyper-Threading technology, 800 MHz FSB and 1 MB L2 cache will be, respectively, $ 415, $ 275, $ 220 and $ 178; price of 2.80A GHz Pentium 4 processor without HyperThreading support, 533 MHz system bus and 1 MB L2 cache – $ 165; prices of 3.40 GHz Pentium 4 (Northwood) and 3.4 GHz Pentium 4 Extreme Edition chip – respectively, about $ 415 and [approximately] $ 1000.

In total, the current line of Pentium 4 processors for desktop PCs is as follows:
Intel Pentium 4 processors
Core
Norms, nm
Frequency, GHz
L2 cache
HT
Bus, MHz
Northwood
130
2A
512 Kb

400
2.20

400
2.26

533
2.40

400
2.40B

533
2.40C
+
800
2.50

400
2.53

533
2.60

400
2.60C
+
800
2.66

533
2.80

533
2.80C
+
800
3
+
800
3.06
+
533
3.20
+
800
3.20 (EE)
512 KB + 2 MB L3
+
800
3.40
512 Kb
+
800
3.40 (EE)
512 KB + 2 MB L3
+
800
Prescott
90
2.80A
1 Mb

533
2.80E
+
800
3E
+
800
3.2E
+
800
3.40E
+
800

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