Intel could delay the formal launch of its Core i7 desktop processors at least a month, according to information published by Digitimes. Chips based on quad-core design Lynnfield, are allegedly being delayed from July until at least late August or early September (if the launch is delayed even more) with the P55 chipset. It is said that poor economic conditions have created significant problems of oversupply that require the signatures of motherboards continue selling the existing hardware for longer. oversupply of Auburndale, a relative of Havendale mobile processors to be shipped in and around the same time Lynnfield.
Source: Electronic
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