iMac. Delivered.

October 21, 2009


Intel’s roadmap… tick tock.

February 27, 2008

Apple updated it’s macbook (pro) line, this kicks ass. Another rumored update is happening in June! 

 intel roadmap

The successor to Penryn, based on a new post-Core microarchitecture which features the return of hyperthreading, is Nehalem; it was discussed at the September 2007 IDF meeting, though the release date is not until the end of 2008.

The 32 nm shrink of Nehalem is called Westmere; provided that Intel stays on target with its roadmap, Sandy Bridge will be released at 32 nm with a newer microarchitecture around 2010.[46] In 2011, Intel will launch its first processor based on a 22 nm process. Based on Intel’s cycle alternating new architectures and die shrinks every two years, it is currently assumed that this will be a shrink of Sandy Bridge.[47] (danke Wikipedia)