Introduced: 2005-10-04

Description: Quad-core, and multi-threaded successor to Power5 built in a 90 nm process and running at up to 1.9 GHz.

Type: Processors [Roadmap] [Timeline]

State: Released

Quick Specs

Process90 nm
Core speed1.9 GHz

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2006-07-09 Power5+ systems follow Montecito, Sun The Inquirer [rm]

2005-10-04 IBM Introduces Record Breaking Power5+ Computing Systems IBM [rm]

2005-10-04 IBM pumps Unix line full of Power5+: The plus doesn't stand for more GHz The Register [rm]

2005-09-29 IBM's Power 5+ to launch at 2.1GHz The Inquirer [rm]

2005-09-29 IBM Power5+ launch coming next week C/Net [rm]

2005-03-04 IDF: Itanium vs. Power: IBM ditches Itanium support, and Intel follows up by talking smack about POWER. Fight! Fight! Ars Technica [rm]

2004-06-22 IBM Power 6 info appears on Japanese site AppleInsider [rm]

2003-11-20 IBM to add clock throttling tech to 90nm G5 chip The Register [rm]

2003-11-01 IBM - Power5, Power5+ GEEK.com's processor specs [rm]

2003-10-24 Multicore processors investigated in detail Ace's Hardware [rm]

2003-08-19 IBM Talks Power5 at Hot Chips Conference Computer Business Review [rm]

2003-08-08 IBM's Power5+ to hit 3GHz The Register [rm]

2003-05-13 64-bit battle lines form The Inquirer [rm]

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