Possible Intel Core i7 Processor Release Date

The Fudzilla web site has posted information that states the Intel Core i7 processors will be released on November 17th, which is apparently a week later than the date Intel originally planned. X58 motherboards and triple-channel DDR3 memory kits are certainly soon to follow.

Intel Core i7 ProcessorThe Intel Core i7 processors are currently scheduled for release on November 17th, which is apparently a week later than the date Intel originally planned.  X58 motherboards and triple-channel DDR3 memory kits have already begun to surface.  At the time of launch, the models available will include a 2.66GHz Core i7 priced at $284, a 2.93GHz at $562, and a 3.2GHz Extreme processor priced at $999.  Intel will release these processors as Core i7 920, Core i7 940, and Core i7 965 Extreme, respectively.

The Core i7 (Nehalem) architecture will debut in desktops and Nehalem-EP in "efficient performance" servers.  Intel will release Nehalem-EX for the "expandable server market segment" and Havendale, Lynnfield, Auburndale, and Clarksfield for mainstream desktops and notebooks in the second half of next year.

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  1. I just loved this Intel Core i7 Extreme and I am a Hardware Student. I have Listned that Intel Processors are only popular in Asian Countries Why? and I am a Inhabitant of Nepal, Western Development region, Nawalparasi, Bardaghat, Makar-4. Here this type of Core i3, core i5, core i7 processors hasn’t arrived so I want to request you to send your products here. And If possible it would be your help as well as profit to establish a sub – branch of Intel Company Here in This Place.

    The detailed address of this place is Nepal, WDR, Nawalparasi, Bardaghat, Makar-4 Ok plzzzzzzzzz.

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