Centrino's Core: The Pentium M
Ars Technica takes a look at Centrino's Core: The Pentium M.
"Banias, or the Pentium M (as it's now called) is clearly the latest and greatest version of Intel's venerable "P6" microarchitecture, on which Intel's 32-bit desktop chips from the Pentium Pro down through the PIII were all based. But Banias includes a few tricks from the P4, too, as well as some innovations that set it apart from both processors."
(Submitted by Noel Sun Feb 29, 2004 )
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