FUD Zilla claims Intel will not be able to launch its 32nm Sandy Bridge processors in Q4 2010. Production of the chip is expected to start by the end of this year, but for retail availability you may have to wait until Q1 2011.
Intel played their tick - tock strategy for a few years and it looks like they won’t be able to launch this part in Q4 2010 and make it in year 2010. We are sure Intel will tell us that the production starts in Q4 2010 but the availability will happen in Q1 2011.
Sandy Bridge is a new architecture, a step after Nehalem / Lynnfield / Clarkdale generation and it should bring more integration between graphics and CPU and generally make things faster.