http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=16579

In addition, on the IA-32 multiprocessing front, Intel has added Cranfords - 3.66GHz/1MB L2 chips that use the Twin Castle chipset to its latest lineup.


Regardless of the rumours, I always claimed that Intel is not going to drop the P4-architecture in favour of the P-M-architecture.
Looking at this information, it appears that my logic prevails over rumours. It is highly unlikely that this dual-core CPU at 3.66 GHz is based on P-M technology, since even single-core CPUs are nowhere near 3.66 GHz yet.
P4 is much closer to that figure at this time, so I am convinced that this is a dual-core variation of a P4 CPU.
Posted on 2004-06-15 16:28:58 by Scali