Intel Confirms 45nm For 2008

"Intel's ramping it up for Penryn. Read on to find out more..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 18/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: DailyTech

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It appears that Intel's 45nm manufacturing process is very much alive and healthy. According to the source article, Intel have working samples of the Penryn processors, and in a short period of time have already booted 4 operating systems (Windows Vista, XP, Linux and Apple Mac OS-X). Further, Intel was quoted as saying that their 45 nm manufacturing and future product designs are looking healthy so far and plan to begin manufacturing production in the second half of the year ramping to three 300mm factories in 2008. All three facilities are expected to be fully production-ready for 300mm wafers on 45nm nodes by 2008.

But, does this mean that AMD will yet again be left behind once Intel move to their 45nm process? AMD has already apparently claimed that they expect to be producing 45nm nodes 18 months after they moved to 65nm. It will certainly be interesting to see if AMD can accomplish the task, and shave off Intel's lead in manufacturing.

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17-01-2007, 21:54:59

Ares210
8600 Ultra looks like the ticket :yumyum:

17-01-2007, 21:59:51

darkorb
hey pp, wana send ur x1900xtx up here to me?

17-01-2007, 22:52:57

PP Mguire
LOL hahaha no. I believe the 8600ultra wont be as good as the X1900XTX except the DX10 capabilities. We will see.

17-01-2007, 23:28:24

darkorb
I really like how their bringing the Ultra back. sounds soo cool!! lol

really, GTS, GT, GS, GTX, Ultra :)

18-01-2007, 00:21:06

PP Mguire
Yea, ULTRA sounds boss. Wish i still had my 6800GT/Ultra lol.

18-01-2007, 00:23:38

darkorb
wana trade? LOL

18-01-2007, 00:39:34

PP Mguire
Not if it includes money to go along with that trade. Mines succesfuly flashed and stable remember?

18-01-2007, 01:54:54

macgamesrule
I'm still thinking 640MB 8800GTS or the equivalent R600. I'd expect the GTS to hit $350 or less on rebate after o/ced 8800's and R600 come out.

18-01-2007, 03:54:16

Kempez
I'll have to have a look at these :)

18-01-2007, 04:30:13

Angry Kasrkin
Just what I have been waiting to hear on the lower end. The 8600 Ultra sure looks like the sweet spot to have. :D
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