Bavaria schrijft: "Willamette zal als we the register moeten geloven niet langer als 4 maanden het top-stuk van Intel zijn. De opvolger, met codenaam "Tulloch", zal Willamette (Pentium IV) al snel vervangen. ":
Willamette is scheduled to appear towards the end of this year, at clock speeds rising to 1.4GHz but conversations with a number of motherboard vendors has revealed they have no plans to support it. Instead, they will wait for the next generation, codenamed Tulloch, which Intel has told them will arrive in the second quarter of next year. One of the reasons for the reluctance to adopt Willamette is that Tulloch, although essentially based on the same architecture, will have 479 pins, rather than 423 pins. It is also expected to clock in at around 1.6GHz or 1.7GHz according to sources. There will be two versions, one with a single Rambus channel and one with a dual channel, according to sources.