Only 5% of Intel CPUs to be 45nm this quarter

Posted on Saturday, Feb 02 2008 @ 00:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
FUD Zilla writes 45nm processors will account for roughly 5 percent of Intel's processor shipments this quarter:
According to Intel documents seen by Fudzilla only two percent of total shipment of total consumer CPU shipment will be Intel Core 2 Quad 45nm based.

Another three percent will be the market share of 45nm based Core 2 Duo 45nm processors. Core 2 Duo 65nm based dual cores should take 42 percent of total market while quad core 65 nm are five percent of total consumer CPU production.

E2000 series of Dual cores are 29 percent of total shipments in Q1 while Celeron 400 series are 14 percent of total consumer CPU shipment in Q1 2008. Smaller than you expected isn’t it.

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