All objects with Presler chip

The successor of the 'Smithfield' core. Intel used two 65nm 'Cedar Mill'-cores (successor of 'Prescott') in order to create the Pentium D 'Presler'. Basically Intel did exactly the same before with the 'Smithfield' by gluing two 90nm 'Prescott' together.

A big advantage for Intel was that 'Presler' had two seperate dies, where 'Smithfield' has one large die. If there is one failure in one part 'Smithfield' core then everything can be thrown away. In case of 'Presler', Intel only have to dispatch 50%.

Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
376M
~1,25V
Yes
0534
LGA775
QKDH
Intel
376M
~1,25V
No
0634
LGA775
SL9DA
Intel
376M
~1,25V
Yes
0534
LGA775
QKDH
Intel
376M
~1,25V
Yes
0618
LGA775
SL95X
Intel
376M
~1,25V
No
0715
LGA775
SL9KA
Intel
376M
~1.25V
No
0733
LGA775
SL9KA
Intel
376M
~1,25V
Yes
0533
LGA775
QJYZ
Intel
376M
~1,25V
Yes
0532
LGA775
QJYZ
Intel
376M
~1,25V
No
0624
LGA775
SL95V
Intel
376M
~1.25V
No
0637
LGA775
SL9QQ
Intel
376M
1,25V
Yes
0533
LGA775
QJYX