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Intel to debut six-core Nehalem later this year

Posted on Wednesday, June 10 2009 @ 14:32:52 CEST by

Sources close to Intel told Bit Tech that the processor giant is planning to release a six-core Nehalem LGA1366 processor later this year, the chip will reportedly arrive in roughly the same timeframe as the Lynnfield/P55 release.
Our sources said that the new chip will drop into existing X58/LGA1366 motherboards with a BIOS update. We’re told that most board manufacturers have already added support, so unless you’re running an outdated BIOS release, there’s no need to worry about whether your board will work with the new chip or not.

It will sit alongside the Core i7 975 on this platform as Intel plans to discontinue every other Core i7 CPU later this year. What was interesting though was that the new chip apparently won’t fit under the Core i7 moniker. When probed, the sources said that Intel hadn’t finalised the name for this chip but were fairly certain that it wouldn’t fall under the i7 brand.



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