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Old 16th September 2009, 08:24   #1
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Default Intel Kicks off 32nm “Westmere” CPU Production

Intel has begun producing Westmere chips based on the 32nm second-generation high-k metal gate technology, reports PCMAG.

The first products will include dual-core processors compatible with the socket LGA1156 platforms, and will be branded as Core i5 600 series, Core i3 500 series, and Pentium dual-core series.

http://en.expreview.com/2009/09/15/i...roduction.html
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Lots of new cpu's to bench
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Lots of new cpu's to bench
Performance would be the same as a dualcore version of Lynnfield, or a bit less for the further cutdown parts.

I think a better question is overclocking headroom for the 32nm node.
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Not talking about performance, just about the "etalage". Lots to choose from
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Difference with 45nm marginal?
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Difference with 45nm marginal?
In regards to overclocking you mean? Seems the built in PCIe controller hinders OCing more than the 32nm shrink helps.
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