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Intel Ups Itanium 2 FSB to 667 MHz
Intel Unveils Two “Top” Itanium 2 Processors for High-Performance Servers.
A feature of the new products is that the bus connecting the processor with the chipset and RAM (front side bus, FSB) is clocked at a frequency of 667 MHz. Due to this, according to the manufacturer, the bus bandwidth was increased by 65%, and the maximum data transfer rate reached 10.6 Gbps. Recall that in existing systems with FSB 400 MHz, the maximum achievable transfer rate is 6.4 Gbps.
The faster processors will help pave the way for the upcoming dual-core Itanium (codenamed Montecito), the company says.
Servers designed for the increased bandwidth of the Montecito bus are expected to deliver double the performance of the Itanium-based servers currently in operation. In terms of bus bandwidth, the gain will be more noticeable – up to three times. In addition, the future processor will receive two and a half times more cache located on the same die as the processor itself.
Recall, the first Itanium 2 processors hit the market in 2021. Then the 1.2-GHz version of the processor cost $ 4226. Three years later, a new version of the processor can be bought for almost the same amount. Itanium 2, clocked at 1.66GHz, 9MB cache, and 667MHz FSB, retails for $ 4,655 per unit in a 1,000-piece batch. Option with 6 MB cache will cost $ 2,194.