Intel Penryn arrives on November 12 + pricing

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 18 2007 @ 20:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Paul Otellini unveiled at the IDF today that the 45nm Xeon "Penryn" processors will be launched on November 12th.
Penryn will be Intel’s first 45nm architecture, designed for mobile, desktop, server and workstation use. Intel confirmed Penryn has a 410 million transistor die. Kentsfield has 582 million transistors while Conroe has 291 million transistors.

Intel’s reseller webpage accidentally leaked November 11 as the day resellers could start purchasing quad-core Xeon processors and listed the price. Intel immediately locked out the reseller webpage from the public after learning of the posting. Nevertheless, as with Intel launch tradition, the company typically launches new processors on Mondays, unless there’s a holiday.

Penryn Quad-Core Xeon DP - 1333 MHz FSB

Model
Core
Frequency
TDP
L2 Cache
Launch Price

X54603.16 GHz 120W12MB
$1,172

E54503.00 GHz 80W12MB
$851
E5440
2.83 GHz 80W 12MB
$690
E54302.66 GHz 80W12MB
$455
E5420
2.50 GHz 80W12MB
$316
E54102.33 GHz 80W 12MB
$256
E5405
2.00 GHz
80W12MB
$209

Penryn Quad-Core Xeon DP - 1600 MHz FSB

Model
Core
Frequency
TDP
L2 Cache
Launch Price

E54723.0 GHz 80W12MB
$958

E54622.8 GHz 80W12MB
$797


Source: DailyTech


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