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Intel Pentium D Processors
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Intel Pentium D Processors
Model Number Frequency L2-Cache Front Side Bus Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket CPUID Release Date Part Number(s) Release Price
Pentium D 805 2667 MHz 2 1024 KiB 533 MT/s 20x 1.25/1.4 V 95 W LGA 775 F-4-4 December 2005 HH80551PE0672MN $143 USD
Pentium D 820 2800 MHz 2 1024 KiB 800 MT/s 14x 1.2/1.4 V 95 W LGA 775   May 26, 2005 HH80551PG0722MN $241 USD
Pentium D 830 3000 MHz 2 1024 KiB 800 MT/s 15x 1.2/1.4 V 130 W LGA 775   May 26, 2005 HH80551PG0802MN $316 USD
Pentium D 840 3200 MHz 2 1024 KiB 800 MT/s 16x 1.2/1.4 V 130 W LGA 775 F-4-7 May 26, 2005 HH80551PG0882MN $530 USD

 

Model Number Frequency L2-Cache Front Side Bus Multiplier Voltage TDP Socket Release Date Part Number(s) Release Price
Pentium D 915 2800 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 14x 1.2/1.337 V 95 W LGA 775 July 23 2006 HH80553PG0724MN $133 USD
Pentium D 920 2800 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 14x 1.2/1.337 V 95 W LGA 775 January 16, 2006 HH80553PG0724M $241 USD
Pentium D 925 3000 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 15x 1.2/1.337 V 95 W LGA 775 Q4 2006 HH80553PG0804MN $133 USD
Pentium D 930 3000 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 15x 1.2/1.337 V 95 W LGA 775 January 16, 2006 HH80553PG0804M $316 USD
Pentium D 940 3200 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 16x 1.2/1.337 V 130 W LGA 775 January 16, 2006 HH80553PG0824M $423 USD
Pentium D 945 3400 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 17x 1.2/1.337 V 95 W LGA 775 July 23, 2006 HH80553PG0964MN $163 USD
Pentium D 950 3400 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 17x 1.2/1.337 V 130 W LGA 775 January 16, 2006 HH80553PG0964M $637 USD
Pentium D 960 3600 MHz 2 2048 KiB 800 MT/s 18x 1.2/1.337 V 130 W LGA 775 May 2, 2006 HH80553PG1044M $530 USD

The Pentium D is a series of microprocessors that was introduced by Intel at the Spring 2005 Intel Developer Forum. A 9xx-series Pentium D package contains two Pentium 4 Cedar Mill dies, unlike other multi-core processors (including the Pentium D 8xx-series) that place both cores on a single die.

The Pentium D was the first announced multi-core CPU (along with its more expensive twin, the Pentium Extreme Edition) from any manufacturer intended for desktop computers. Intel underscored the significance of this introduction by predicting that by the end of 2006 over 70% of its shipping desktop CPUs would be multi-core. Analysts have speculated that the clock rate race between Intel and AMD is largely over, with no more exponential gains in clock rate likely[citation needed]. Instead, as long as Moore's Law holds true, it is expected that the increasing number of transistors that chip-makers can incorporate into their CPUs will be used to increase CPU throughput through other methods, such as adding cores.

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