Intel is currently producing the following dual core processors:

  • Intel Pentium D Processor - for desktop applications. 2.8 to 3.4 GHz with 800 Mhz FSB (Front Side Bus) using either 90 nm or 65 nm process.
  • Intel Pentium Processor Extreme Edition - for desktop applications. 3.2 to 3.46 GHz with 800 to 1066 MHz FSB (Front Side Bus) built on 90 nm and 65 nm process.
  • Intel Core Duo Processor - for mobile, laptop and notebook applications. 1.5 to 2.16 GHz with 667 MHz FSB (Front Side Bus) built on a 65nm process.
  • Intel Xeon Dual Core Processor - for workstation and server applications. 2.66 to 3 GHz with 667 to 800 MHz FSB (Front Side Bus) built on a 90 nm process.

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