Intel is working on the follow-up of Santa Rosa, codenamed ‘Montevina’, due to ship in 2008. Montevina will support ‘Penryn’, Intel’s 45nm die-shrink of its current generation of 65nm Core 2 processors. The 45nm chip is said to consume no more than 29W, compared to Merom’s 35W TDP. Montevina comprises the ‘Cantiga’ chipset along with a new wireless module, ‘Shiloh’. The LAN controller’s codenamed ‘Boaz’. Cantiga ups the FSB to 1,067MHz and looks set to support 800MHz DDR3. The chipset family will include an integrated part containing 10 pixel shaders, up from the GMA 3000′s 8. Expect the graphics core to be clocked to 475MHz.

Intel is working on the follow-up of Santa Rosa, codenamed ‘Montevina’, due to ship in 2008. Montevina will support ‘Penryn’, Intel’s 45nm die-shrink of its current generation of 65nm Core 2 processors. The 45nm chip is said to consume no more than 29W, compared to Merom’s 35W TDP. Montevina comprises the ‘Cantiga’ chipset along with a new wireless module, ‘Shiloh’. The LAN controller’s codenamed ‘Boaz’. Cantiga ups the FSB to 1,067MHz and looks set to support 800MHz DDR3. The chipset family will include an integrated part containing 10 pixel shaders, up from the GMA 3000′s 8. Expect the graphics core to be clocked to 475MHz.