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Saturday January 31, 2009

Intel Cancels Havendale and Auburndale Fusion Processors

This blogger reports that Intel has canceled the 45nm dual-core Fusion processors codenamed Auburndale and Havendale. Is this the end of the Fusion GPU/CPU concept? Hardly.

Intel is going to replace Auburndale/Havendale with their 32nm die-shrink, known as Arandale. Arandale was originally supposed to debut for Back to School season 2010, alongside 32nm quad-core and sexa-core Westmere processors (Core i7 die-shrinks). But now, Arandale core has been brought forward by six months to Q1′2010.

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