On Tuesday, Intel launched its “Lynnfield” processor family, part of the company’s effort to bring its Nehalem architecture to low price points. The launch includes the first Intel Core i5 processor.
The launch includes three quad-core microprocessors: the Core i7-870 and Core i7-860, as well as the Core i5-750. All of the new Core i7 and Core i5 parts will be paired with the Intel P55 chipset. Intel also launched six Xeon processors in the family for workstations and servers.
But suddenly :O :O AMD’s possible 12 core processor CPUZ validation screen shot leaked in to the media.
The CPUz validation calls it a K10 but does not list anymore details including the process size. For some reason it shows as 0nm. As far as current information goes this should not be any smaller than 45nm as AMD/ Global Foundries has not managed to produce a 32nm sample CPU as anyone think or known. But who knows AMD might be had success building 32NM or lower. So this news might be annoying to Intel because this information about AMD leaked on Intels launch of important products to market and the company. But lets see how this battle goes.
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