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|18th July 2009, 21:41||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Massive Intel mobile, desktop roadmaps massively leaked
Somehow, the folks at PC Watch in Japan have gotten their hands on what appear to be some very large and very detailed Intel roadmaps, along with product branding decoder info for both mobile and desktop processors. Making sense of it all may take some time, so I'd encourage you to look over the images yourself, if you want to get the whole scoop.
The desktop roadmap extends into 2011 and shows how a range of Nehalem-derived chips with different capabilities will be mixed into products in various price segments, power envelopes, and clock speed bands. Of immediate interest to enthusiasts are the Lynnfield-based parts expected later this quarter, with clock speeds ranging from 2.93GHz to 3.6GHz within a 95W TDP. The parameters of those products are already known, or at least very widely rumored: 45nm, four cores, eight hardware threads, two channels of DDR3-1333 memory, built-in PCIe x16, and an aggressive Turbo Boost opportunistic clock speed scaling capability.
|19th July 2009, 11:05||#3|
|20th July 2009, 07:05||#4|
Join Date: Sep 2005
This is great stuff, but hardly sensitive info in my humble opinion. Most of what is there already was known (through bits and pieces) for a while now.
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