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|21st May 2008, 16:57||#1|
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40 percent of Intelís Q4 CPUs to be 65nm
Transitions are a nasty thing as they usually take time and Intel is not an exception. In Q4 2008 Intel still plans that 40 percent of its consumer CPUs will still be based on the obsolete 65nm production.
It will increase the output of 45nm dual cores to 48 percent while the quad core 45nm will occupy 12 percent of total shipments, but there will be plenty other 65nm to ship around that time.
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