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Motherboard makers expect strong Q1 2011 demand due to new Intel chips

Posted on Monday, September 06 2010 @ 14:46:41 CEST by

DigiTimes heard motherboard makers expect the launch of Intel's Sandy Bridge will help boost demand from the enterprise market in Q1 2011 as the segment will be going through a new PC replacement trend.
The sources also pointed out that Intel has recently updated its CPU lineup and will launch Sandy Bridge-based quad-core Core i7 2600K, 2600 and 2600S; Core i5 2500, 2400 and 2390; and Core i3 2120 and 2100 processors for the desktop segment, and will launch Core i7-2920XM, 2820QM, 2720QM and 2620M; and Core i5-2540M and 2520M processors for notebooks in the first quarter of 2011.

Intel will also launch a dual-core Sandy Bridge-based Celeron processor using its 32nm process in the third quarter of 2011 at a price of US$49 in thousand-unit tray quantities.
Intel is expected to reveal new updates about Sandy Bridge at next week's IDF event in San Francisco.



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