Intel’s shift to 90 nanometers could be a little "shaky"

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Intel's shift to 90 nanometers could be a little "shaky"

A preliminary examination of Intel’s future plans shows that moving to the nano level, a level below .13 microns, might be tougher than we imagined. “According to PC Watch, Prescott is currently consuming 103 watts, the equivalent to the power of a dim light bulb. And even Dothan, Intel’s Pentium M processor at the 90 nano shrink, is looking a tad shaky, too, in its words.”

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