Insane Hardware heeft wat nudies online gezet van een Intel Willamette sample. Hieronder heb je vast 3 stuks, check pagina 2 van dit artikel voor meer.
Intel's Willamette Processor is the successor to the PentiumIII line of processors. This new processor is based on a whole new architecture and is no longer based on the original P6 core which has been in circulation since the mid 90s. The new Willamette Processor is the new generation processor which will initially be released with 256k of L2 Cache (the same size as the Coppermine). The initial frequency of the Willamette will be 1.3GHz utilizing a 400MHz Front Side Bus. The CPU is in a kind of FC-PGA format using a total of 423 pins to transfer data. On top of the Flip Chip style die is a small cap kind of like the cap seen on the original Celeron. Why do this? Simple, it allows better heat transfer and less troubles as seen on the Coppermine CPUs. Ok ok enough is enough,here are the pics: