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Old 17th February 2010, 11:05   #1
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Default Intel 65nm CPUs production to stop in Q3 2010

Intel has revealed to its special few that in Q1 2010 65nm CPUs are still representing quite low 3 percent of its total shipment. This is set to shrink to 2 percent in Q2 and one percent in Q3 and if all goes well Intel's percentage of 65nm will sink below one percent and probably disappear in Q4 2010. In the mean time 45nm is at its peak as in Q1 massive 85 percent of CPUs are 45nm and some 12 percent are being manufactured in 32nm. In Q2 the 45nm process shanks to 78 percent while 32nm grows to 20 percent and in Q3 45nm drops further to 71 percent of all CPUs while 32nm jumps to 28 percent, more than two times of what Intel plans to ship in Q1 2010.
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