Release dates of desktop microprocessors (2005)

  AMD Intel
January   
February   Pentium 4 630
3GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Pentium 4 640
3.2GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Pentium 4 650
3.4GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Pentium 4 660
3.6GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.73GHz
3.73GHz / 1066FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
March   
April   Pentium Extreme Edition 840 (EE)
3.2GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 775
May Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (Socket 939, rev. E4)
2.2GHz / 1MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 939
Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (Socket 939, 110W, rev. E6)
2.2GHz / 2MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 939
Athlon 64 X2 4600+ (Socket 939, rev. E4)
2.4GHz / 1MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 939
Athlon 64 X2 4800+ (Socket 939)
2.4GHz / 2MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 939
Pentium 4 670
3.8GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Pentium D 820
2.8GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 775
Pentium D 830
3GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 775
Pentium D 840
3.2GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 775
June Athlon 64 FX FX-57
2.8GHz / 1MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 939
Celeron D 326
2.53GHz / 533FSB / 256KB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Celeron D 331
2.66GHz / 533FSB / 256KB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Celeron D 336
2.8GHz / 533FSB / 256KB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Celeron D 341
2.93GHz / 533FSB / 256KB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Celeron D 346
3.06GHz / 533FSB / 256KB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Celeron D 350
3.2GHz / 533FSB / 256KB L2 / 1 core / Socket 478
Celeron D 351
3.2GHz / 533FSB / 256KB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
July   
August Athlon 64 X2 3800+ (Socket 939, rev. E4)
2GHz / 1MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 939
 
September   
October   
November   Pentium 4 662
3.6GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
Pentium 4 672
3.8GHz / 800FSB / 2MB L2 / 1 core / Socket 775
December   Pentium Extreme Edition 955
3.46GHz / 1066FSB / 4MB L2 / 2 cores / Socket 775

CPU release dates in the table above were compiled from product press releases and official price lists. For some processors we used approximate launch dates within a month or a quarter, that were obtained from product roadmaps. In the case of OEM-only models, that are not referenced by the above-mentioned sources, we used month and year when product specifications appeared on manufacturer website.

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