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Intel 32nm Westmere launch might be in 2010

Posted on Friday, September 19 2008 @ 03:31:56 CEST by

FUD Zilla heard Intel hasn't finalized its plans for the 32nm Westmere processor, it's possible that the chip will arrive next year but it might slip to 2010:
Nehalem is a tock from a Penryn and it can be seen as a heavily boosted Penryn design with a lot of new features inside. Westmere is the next generation 32nm CPU and according to IDF slides like the one from MR Stephen L. Smith, a Corporate Vice President Director of Group Operations Digital Enterprise Group that you can find here (slide 24) there is a big indication that we should see first Westmere CPUs in 2009.

Nehalem's Chief Architect Ronan Singhal said that actually Intel didn’t announce the schedule for this CPU which might even mean that this process and CPU might skip to 2010.



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