Intel: 32 nm Clarkdale CPUs will be marketed as Core i5 and Core i3
The confusion about Intel's CPU branding has not been solved yet. A roadmap is now said to confirm that the Clarkdale processors will be marketed with the names Core i5-600 and Core i3-500.
A roadmap from Intel is said to confirm that the chip manufacturer will market the 32 nanometer CPUs, codename Clarkdale, as Core i5 and core i3. The roadmap also lists first technical details. The Clarkdales are said to hit the markets as Core i5-600 (670/661/660/650) with frequencies of 3.46/3.33/3.33/3.20 GHz and as Core i3-500 (540/530) with frequencies of 3.06/2.93 GHz. The prices for the Core i5-600 vary, depending on the model, from 176 to 284 USD. The Core i3-500 costs 143 respectively 123 USD.
Besides that there even is a new Pentium processor mentioned. The G9650 is also based on the 32 nm Clarkfield core and is said to deliver 2.8 GHz and 3 MiByte L3 cache at a price of 87 says the Chinese website it168.com.
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