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Intel 2006 Desktop CPU Roadmap Update

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Zarolho, 27 de Maio de 2006. (Respostas: 1; Visualizações: 799)

  1. Zarolho

    Zarolho Power Member

    Intel promises significant price cuts across the board in preperation for dual-core ramp

    Previously, DailyTech revealed a number of changes that will be taking place with Intel's family of desktop processors: Pentium 4 processors will drop down to roughly 30% of Intel's overall desktop processor shipments and Pentium D processors falling to 45% of desktop sales.

    Core 2 Duo processors will be introduced on July 23 of this year and, according to Intel's estimates, and will be accompanied by the new 96x "Broadwater" chipset. According to Intel's updated roadmap, Core 2 processors will expand to roughly 35% of Intel's shipments in Q1'07. Conroe, as the desktop version of Core 2 Duo is dubbed, will be the first Intel processor with the new letter/number naming schedule, as noted below.

    Intel's flagship, the Core 2 Extreme processor, is also expected to launch on July 23 with the X6800 name.


    Intel has dropped desktop processor prices throughout the year. Many of the Pentium D processors have seen anywhere from $30 cuts to more than 50% price cuts. All entry level Celeron 300-series desktop processors from Intel will be priced well under $80 by the time Q4'06 comes around.

    All of Intel's single core processors see significant price drops across the board. According to Intel's roadmaps, dual core ramp will accelerate after July 23rd. Core 2 Duo will become Intel's flagship processor while Woodcrest takes the helm for enterprise and server level performance in 2007.

    Intel's roadmap also confirms the existence of Kentsfield, the first quad core desktop component for Intel. Kentsfield will launch as an "Extreme" processor in Q1'07, but Intel isn't saying the official name yet. AMD is expected to introduce quad-core processors in 2007 as well. Called the K8L, AMD is expected to introduce new HyperTransport protocols as well as support for third party co-processors.

  2. mascarilha

    mascarilha I folded Myself

    INTEL Cuts Prices//Roadmap

    Última edição: 27 de Maio de 2006

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