Gurutech heeft een artikeltje over de Intel Coppermine in elkaar gedraaid. Hier heppie een stuk:
ntel's Coppermine is set to hit shelves in September, and be one of the last remaining chips based around it's P6 generation architecture. It is planned to include a 256k on-die L2 cache, and two 36k on-die L1 cache units. It will run on a 133MHz front-side bus, and is predicted to enter the market running at a clock speed of 600MHz, with a cost of around $730.
One of the most decieving aspects of the Coppermine is it's name, Coppermine. Contrary to what you'd believe, the Coppermine does not utilize copper technology. Now, whether or not Intel named the chip the Coppermine so as to trick the media into believing they were to be using Copper, especially after IBM and Motorolla announced they would be using the technology, I couldn't tell you.