Intel reportedly informed its clients that the 32nm Clarkdale processor will start shipping in Q4 2009, but it will take until Q1 2010 before systems with these processors will be available on the market.
Intel has informed its big accounts that Clarkdale, its first IGP integrated CPU will start shipping in Q4 2009 and not in Q1 2010 as many have believed. For many this is not a surprise as it takes time to manufacture computers and therefore Intel plans to ship the CPUs in Q4 2009 and give the manufacturers some time to finish them up.
Most of these CPUs should probably end up with the Core i3 brand but knowing Intel, we would not be surprised that faster version ends up with some Core i5 brand as well.
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Re: Intel 32nm Clarkdale shipments start in Q4 2009 by Anonymous on Tuesday, June 23 2009 @ 04:57:01 CEST
Sure but it won't get above 2ghz unless you reduce it to one core and then you get 3.2ghz which you can get right now on 2 core Centrino's. So Clarkdale is a flop.