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Intel details its 45nm assault for early 2008 - Intel details its 45nm assault for early 2008
Mon, January 07 2008 | 12:42PM | PermaLink Feedback?
As the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off, Intel has divulged its launch roadmap for 45nm processors over the present quarter. We've already gone over the ins and outs of Intel's Penryn architecture in our reviews of Intel's Core 2 Extreme QX9650 and its first 45nm Xeons, so we won't repeat ourselves here. To be brief, though, the new chips will have lower power utilization (thanks to the process technology shrink) and higher clock-for-clock performance (thanks to larger caches and architectural improvements) than today's 65nm chips.
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