To sum it all up the high k + metal gate transistor breakthrough has paved the way for 45nm processors to enter mass production and laid the ground work for improved performance. Intel seems to be running ahead of schedule with 45nm and it wouldn be shocking if they pulled vans shoes for girls
in the release of the microprocessors to try and steal some thunder from AMD and their upcoming K8L processor line that has been kept quiet. The rumor mill around Intel upcoming parts has been running wild the past year and it continues to this day. The most recent rumor is that Penryn processors will bring back Hyper Threading. Intel public relations had this to say when asked about HT and Penryn: a technology we pioneered for mainstream vans blue suede
computers and we left the door open to bring it back, but are not going to speculate at this time. While the answer isn really direct it does give some insight into what Intel might be https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vans up to in the future. If one was to ask Intel if DDR1 memory was coming back, I not sure they would have replied with the door was left open. Legit Reviews also asked Intel about what chipsets support Penryn and if current motherboard would work and they again declined to directly answer the question and only said that minor BIOS and electrical changes would be needed and that Intel couldn say that one of today boards would work for sure. With upcoming enthusiast chipsets like X38/ICH9 one could only guess that enthusiasts would want a chipset upgrade anyway, so does it really matter?
Transistors continue to get smaller, cheaper and more energy efficient in accordance with Moore’s Law vans blue old skool
named for Intel co founder Gordon Moore. Because of this, Intel has been able to innovate https://www.ngrl.co.uk and integrate, adding more features and computing cores to each chip, increasing performance, and decreasing manufacturing cost per transistor.
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