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Introduction

In just over a month, Intel will release Clarkdale, the first product in the 32nm Westmere family, which will officially open a new era: inside the processor Integrated graphics core. According to different specifications, Clarkdale will be divided into three series, Core i5/i3/Pentium, all with its own graphics core, but unlike AMD’s idea, Intel has not fully integrated the processor module and the graphics core module (including memory controller) for the time being Together, but directly packaged on a substrate, the manufacturing process of the two is also different, respectively, 32nm and 45nm. This is very similar to the Pentium D series of the first dual-core processors that year.

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Of course, Clarkdale looks no different from an ordinary processor from the outside. Only by removing the heat dissipation top cover (IHS) can you see the two independent modules. The Clarkdale series is expected to be officially released on January 3, 2010. It will be equipped with the new chipsets H57 and H55, which can directly provide various video output interfaces. See ASUS P7H57D-V EVO and MSI H57M-ED65. The Clarkdale series is expected to be officially released on January 3, 2010. It will be equipped with the new chipsets H57 and H55, which can directly provide various video output interfaces. See ASUS P7H57D-V EVO and MSI H57M-ED65.

Comparison of 45nm Penryn and 32nm Westmere is attached: ..

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