June 8, 2005
Intel Readying Dual-Core Desktop Dothan Chip
Anonymous Reader writes "Though Intel never admitted to the poor architecture it was retailing (which was a smart move), information regarding Intel’s upcoming plans started roaming the Computex show floor this year. After Intel realized the problems it was having, it changed its focus to Dothan. As you know, Dothan is a mobile microprocessor that worked exceptionally well in Asus’ P4C800-E Deluxe board, thanks to its independent socket adapter for socket 478. Numerous users tried out Dothan and it worked exceptionally well."