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Old 10th March 2008, 14:46   #1
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Default Intel churning out 100,000 45 nm processors every day

It may be much more difficult for AMD to catch up with Intel than previously anticipated. Intel is plugging away at an astonishing rate, its engines appear to be working flawlessly at this time, at least from what we can see. At yesterday’s analyst meeting, chief executive Paul Otellini said that Intel has shipped more than four million 45 nm processors so far since their launch late last year.

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Slanted news... Comparing AMD vs Intel in production capacity is ignoring the obvious. Intel has 15 fabs verses AMD's 2.

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Lack of 45nm Quadcore Penryns is called "flawless"?
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I have dell Workstation sitting next to me with 45nm Quad Core Xeon
OEM is getting all the goods, retail comes afterwards
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Very true. But Intel was supposed to have been hard launching these in January... and they have been selling Quadcore Penryn Q9650 since October!! Even dual-core 45nm chip situation is pretty bad. http://techreport.com/discussions.x/14323

As big/bad as the launch of "Core " was, Penryn has simply been worse from both an availability + pricing standpoint. Which should not have been the case.

At this rate I should plan on buying Nehalem sometime around mid 2009 instead of this year.

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