Intel Roadmap: Clarkdale replaces Havendale
It seems like Intel removed the 45 nanometer Havendale processors from the Roadmap and replaced them with Clarkdale.
Intel's Clarkdale is said to be produced in 32 nanometer architecture and compatible with the Ibex Peak chipset. The integrated graphics unit will nevertheless - as intended for Havendale - be produced in 45 nanometers. Apparently this is supposed to deliver a lower TDP and better cost efficiency.
The socket 1156 processor will have two cores and offer four virtual threads due to Hyperthreading. The memory controller supports DDR3-1333 in dual-channel mode. Besides the integrated graphics unit the use of discrete graphics is possible, too. The Westmere CPU, which is based on the Nehalem architecture, will have 4 MiByte cache.
VR-Zone reports that the Clarkdale CPUs will enter mass production in Q1 2010.
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