|Item||Intel Tanglewood / Tukwila||Intel Deerfield||Intel Madison|
|Die size||266 mm2||374 mm2|
|L2 cache||4 x 6MB|
|Process||130 nm||130 nm|
|Core speed||1.3-1.4 GHz||1.5 GHz|
|Power||62 W||130 W|
|Core voltage||1.3 V|
|Price||$1338 - 2247|
|L3 cache||3-4 MB||6 MB|
|Type||4-core||Workstations, EPIC, DP||Server, EPIC, MP|
2008 Intel Tanglewood / Tukwila
IA-64 processor originally said to have eight (plus one spare) cores per die and 16-32MB of cache to follow after Montecito. Appears to use parts from a follow-on project to the now canceled Alpha EV8. Said to arrive in 2006 or 2007 and offer "at least seven times the processing" power of Madison. Other rumours claim that HP wants their advanced math libraries on the die in silicon and that it might include a vector engine.
The 8+1 core version (designed in Hudson) is now said to be replaced by a 2-core version designed in Fort Collins.
Recently said to be renamed from Tanglewood to Tukwila due to copyright reasons.
Should use the new CSI bus and socket like Whitefield). Latest info indicates it will include 4 cores with 6x4 MB of L2 cache and an on-bord FB-DIMM memory controller..
2003-06-30 Intel Deerfield
IA-64 processor for mid-range, DP servers. Released in 3MB and 4MB L3 cache versions.
On September 7th -03 also released in a LV (Low Voltage) Itanium 2 variety. This one runs at 1 GHz and includes 1.5 MB of L3 cache. Consumes 62 W compared to McKinley's 130 W while performing at the McKinley level.
2003-06-30 Intel Madison Copper based 0.13 micron IA-64 follow-up to McKinley for 4- to 8-way servers. Sports 6MB of L3 cache. Said to deliver 30-50% better performace than McKinley. Will include around 410 million transistors on a 374 mm2 chip and consume 130W. The 6MB@1.5GHz version costs $4226, the 4MB@1.4GHz (Deerfield) $2247.