Yesterday an unofficial roadmap was working a circuit around the internet, which said that the first mainstream processors based on Nehalem will not be released before Q3 2009.
According to an unofficial roadmap, Havendale and Lynnfield will not be released before Q3 2009. (picture: Expreview.com)
Nevertheless Bloomfield, Intel's future high-end processor series, is scheduled to be released at the end of the year. The temporary top model of the new generation is aid to be a Quad Core with 3.2 Gigahertz. Later on there are said to be versions with 2.93 and 2.66 Gigahertz clock speed. Digitimes.com reports about recently revealed information of Intel's pricing intentions.
While the top dog will be available for 999 US-Dollar, and thus about 500 US-Dollar less than the current flagship QX9770, the smaller versions are said to cost 562 respectively $284.