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The Likely Delay of Intel's Core i5 Processor and Derivatives
Posted by newsbot on April 17th 2009

While the chipset theory is a good one, I do believe that in the endIntel sees that when compared to Penryn, the Nehalem parts will not benearly as successful as a midrange part from an economic standpoint. It isbetter to keep Penryn chugging along, and at the end of 2009 introduce thefirst series of i5 parts at 45 nm, and quickly migrate to their 32 nmprocess to make the i5 much more successful and economically attractive.The final portion to consider is that AMD is really only now competitivewith their Shanghai core (which is also around 264 mm square) and it isprimarily aimed at the Core 2 Quad products rather than the i7.

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