“A TAIWANESE OVERCLOCKER has posted screenshots of an Intel 45nm Pentium processor, which has not even been announced yet.
The entry-level 45nm processor is shown at both stock speed and overclocked in a thread on the Taiwanese forum, Coolaler.
Screenshots show that in CPU-Z the chip is listed as being a Pentium E5200 with a 45nm Wolfdale core. It also records a clock speed of 2.5GHz, 2MB of cache, and 800MHz front-side bus.”
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Source: The Inquirer
The Inquirer stumbled upon some screenshots of an unreleased 45nm chip from Intel. The current chip with the closest specs is the E2200, which retails for about $80. This new chip, being a little faster should run about $100. If these screens are to be trusted; the chip is capable of hitting 4GHz with a FSB of 1280MH.