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|17th July 2008, 22:00||#1|
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Intel phases out most Clovertown and Woodcrest processors
Intel expects to manufacture more 45 nm than 65 nm processors for the first time during the current quarter, so it only makes sense that the company is gradually removing 65 nm CPUs from its product list. According to a product change notification, 11 of the remaining 16 Woodcrest processors are being cut and partners have to place non-cancellable orders by October 10. Final orders will be taken until January 16, 2009, while shipments are expected to conclude by July 12, 2011.
The 65 nm dual-core Woodcrest and quad-core Clovertown processors, both of which reclaimed server processor market share from AMD’s dual-core Opteron CPU, are being replaced with the 45 nm 5400-series chips with Harpertown core.
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