The chip, a completely new mobile processor coming from Intel in the first quarter of next year, will include a 1MB secondary cache, said Mooly Eden, general manager of Intel's Israel Design Center, where the chip was developed. That's twice as big as the cache found on the Pentium 4 and the same size found on the company's Xeon chip for servers. The cache is a reservoir of memory integrated into the processor for rapid data access. The chip will be introduced at speeds of 1.6GHz, 1.5GHz, 1.4GHz and 1.3GHz, slower than the Pentium 4. The larger cache, though, will likely narrow the performance gap created by the differences in speed. E agora como é k a intel vai fazer???Vai voltar atrás com o ke disse e aceitar que um processador com menos mhz pode ser mais rápido que outro com mais mhz??? ARTIGO Banias, Intel's energy-efficient processor designed primarily for notebooks, will debut at three speeds when it arrives next year, sources say--but megahertz won't be its selling point.