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Intel 32nm Clarkdale brought forward to Q4 2009

Posted on Monday, June 29 2009 @ 15:07:39 CEST by

Intel's Clarkdale was originally planned for the first quarter of next year, but sources at motherboard makers informed DigiTimes that the chip giant has brought forward the launch of this 32nm processor to the final quarter of this year:
The company's 32nm Clarkdale CPUs will account for 10% of Intel's total OEM desktop CPU shipments in the fourth quarter, while 45nm Core i7 processors will account for 1%, Lynnfield-based processor 2%, Core 2 Quad processors 9%, Core 2 Duo E8000/E7000 series processors 35%, Pentium E5000/E6000 series 31%, Celeron E3000 and Atom series together 8%, and 65nm-based Pentium E2000 and Celeron 400 together 4%.

In the first quarter of 2010, the proportion of Clarkdale-based CPUs will rise to 20%, while 45nm-based processors will account for 78%, and 65nm-based Celeron 400 series will drop to only 2%, the sources noted.



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