Intel plans to launch four 32nm dual-core Arrandale CPUs (Calpella platform), the Core i5-520M, Core i5-430M, Core i3-350M and Core i3-330M, in the first half of January 2010 for the mainstream notebook market with one of them featuring Intel’s Turboboost technology.

Intel plans to launch four 32nm dual-core Arrandale processors-  Core i5-520M, Core i5-430M, Core i3-350M and Core
i3-330M
, somewhere in January 2010 for the mainstream notebook
market with one of them featuring Intel’s Turboboost technology.

Intel’s Core i5-430M will be the processor that comes with Turbo Boost that allows it to run up to 2.53Ghz fo a single core from its default core clock clock speed of 2.26GHz

The Intel Core i3-350M also runs at 2.26GHz, while its little brother, Core i3-330M runs at 2.13GHz. Both does not support Turbo Boost technology.

According to source, Core i5
CPUs will feature a graphics clock that runs at a base speed of 500MHz
but can also run at speeds up to 766MHz. The Core i3 also runs at
500MHz but can also run at speeds up to 667MHz.

Both series support
DDR3 memory up to 1066MHz and feature 3MB L3 Cache with a TDP of 35W.

To add on from the source info, the processor titan will also be launching 6 more CPUs in 3Q, 2010.