CLARKDALE

January 3rd, 2010

Intel Westmere 32nm Launch & Clarkdale Core i5 661 CPU Review

In recent years, Intel used Nehalem architecture to push both a high end platform with their Bloomfield-based CPUs and their newly released Lynnfield generation of LGA1156 chips.  Today they reveal their more moderately-priced Westmere series with the introduction of the Clarkdale desktop and Arrandale mobile CPUs.  In this review we will be looking at the [...]

November 12th, 2009

Intel’s First 32nm Processors set to Launch on December 10th

Intel has just recently made public their intentions to launch the newest Clarkdale processors, featuring a 32nm die size by December 10th, 2009. Long awaited in the computer community, Clarkdale has already shown itself periodically in the news. With one famed Core i5 650 reaching an astonishing 4.7gHz on Air Cooling alone. The die shrink [...]

September 14th, 2009

Intel Announces 32nm Production Set to Begin

It’s official,  Core i5 Lynnfield processors are so last week, and the next hottest product to get excited about is ready to enter production. Intel claims to be at “production readiness” with their 32nm next-gen chips, which could mean seeing mainstream processors out as early as the start of the new year. The company released [...]

June 29th, 2009

Intel Looking to Go 32nm By the End of the Year!

Oh rumours are abound this morning! The good fellows over at Digitimes have made some interesting speculations regarding Intel’s plan for their 32nm lineup, which so far, has been incredibly “hush hush”. Some speculations were made about the future of Intel’s lineup when Intel announced their “re-branding” Core scheme, to help consumers separate the benefits [...]