Intel to bring Lynnfield and Clarksfield sooner

Posted: July 14, 2009 in Tech

Intel is expected to bring Lynnfield, Clarksfield processors for servers, laptops and desktops based on its new Nehalem microarchitecture sooner then expected. The company will announce the launch of quad-core desktop chips code-named Lynnfield, followed by quad-core laptop chips code-named Clarksfield.

Also, Intel has plans to deliver new Xeon server processors belonging to the 5500 and 3500 chip families.

The Lynnfield and Clarksfield chips are manufactured using the 45-nanometer process and will be shipped before its major shift to 32 nm manufacturing process.


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