Sandy Bridge chips will occupy three quarters of deliveries desktop CPU from Intel until the end of 2011

Sandy Bridge chips will occupy three quarters of deliveries desktop CPU from Intel until the end of 2011

Apparently, Intel has high hopes for the new processor architecture Sandy Bridge, the first CPU on which are due early next year. Recall Intel Sandy Bridge chips are produced at rates 32 nm technology and are a combination of graphical and computational kernels located on a single chip.

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According to the portal Fudzilla, the world chipmeyker plans to conduct a very aggressive policy in terms of market promotion with a new CPU architecture. For example, if in the first quarter of 2011, the share of family Sandy Bridge chips in the total supply of desktop processors Intel, are supposed to be close to 20 per cent by the end of that year, the share should be about 75 percent.

In other words, about a year three of the four shipped Intel desktop processors should be based on the architecture of Sandy Bridge. It is reported that the first chips — Sandy Bridge will flow to the OEM manufacturer to the end of the year, but will they model the brands Core i5 and Core i7, is quite productive solutions.

However, their share in total supply will be small and will be only about 2 percent. Truly, the situation will change in the first quarter of 2011, when massive model will be presented in the line of Sandy Bridge Core i3, which should provide about 8 percent of total sales in the period.

The proportion Core i5 models should increase by 7 percent and models Core i7 & ndash-to 2 percent. As an entry-level decisions in the line Pentium, their debut is scheduled for the second quarter alone, but by the end of 2011 Sandy Bridge chips under the brand name Pentium (like Core i3) should occupy a quarter of the total supply of desktop processors Intel. For models Core i5 and Core i7 can say that their share in total in a year should be more than 20 percent and 3.4 percent respectively.