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Monday, 03 December 2007 13:18

Dual Core 45nm to launch on the 20th of January

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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A lot of dual and quad cores


Intel is planning to launch Penryn generation in both dual core Wolfdale and quad core Yorkfield editions on the 20th of January.

The lowest priced dual core will sell for US$169, while the most expensive one, which will be clocked over 3GHz, will sell for only US$268.

The prices of these products have increased since the last roadmap, but obviously Intel realized that AMD is simply not there with the parts to compete.

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