DigiTimes
reported that Intel has increased the number of 45nm-based CPUs it plans to
launch for desktop PCs to nine. Wolfdale processors will have core frequencies
of 3.16GHz, 3.0GHz, 2.83GHz and 2.66GHz and Yorkfield processors will have core
frequencies of 2.83GHz/12MB, 2.66GHz/12MB and 2.5GHz/6MB with the remainder as
yet unknown. Intel will introduce the ability to increase the clock multiplier
in steps of 0.5 in the upcoming 45nm range to increase its model choices.

DigiTimes
reported that Intel has increased the number of 45nm-based CPUs it plans to
launch for desktop PCs to nine. Wolfdale processors will have core frequencies
of 3.16GHz, 3.0GHz, 2.83GHz and 2.66GHz and Yorkfield processors will have core
frequencies of 2.83GHz/12MB, 2.66GHz/12MB and 2.5GHz/6MB with the remainder as
yet unknown. Intel will introduce the ability to increase the clock multiplier
in steps of 0.5 in the upcoming 45nm range to increase its model choices.