A slide with information about Intel's mainstream Nehalem processor plans for 2009 was published at Expreview.
The document reveals the Lynnfield and mobile Clarksfield Nehalem-based mainstream processors are on track for the "Holiday Refresh" of 2009 while Havendale and mobile Auburndale processors which feature integrated graphics are delayed to January 2010.
Furthermore, the slide also suggests Intel may delay the 32nm Sandy Bridge architecture to ensure sufficient Nehalem lifecycle.
Intel Havendale CPUs with integrated graphics delayed to January 2010
Posted on Friday, Sep 05 2008 @ 02:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck