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We know you aren't publicly keeping count, but considering that you're carefully watching process technology numbers in the depths of your mom's basement, we felt it prudent to pass along the latest juicy nugget from the folks at Fudzilla. According to raisins in their grapevine, Intel is gunning fo

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November 22, 2009 at 12:22PM
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Look, we're all nerds around here, no shame in that game, but Maximum PC is taking it to a special level with its latest write-up. They managed to sneak into an unnamed \"hardware contact\" who let them mess around with a mid-range, 2.93GHz Bloomfield chip -- the desktop version of Nehalem -- and an

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When you're Intel, everyone from governments to gamers wants to know your next move. So pay attention, DigiTimes has it on shaky word from \"motherboard makers\" that Intel's next quad-core, 3.2GHz Extreme \"Bloomfield\"-class gaming processor for overblown desktop rigs will hit for $999 when purchased

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Check it gamers, things are about to get like, so extreme in Q4. RegHardware has it from \"motherboard-maker moles\" that Intel will be loosing its smokin' Nehalem architecture before the end of the year starting with a trio of quad-core \"Bloomfield\" processors aimed at desktop users. A top o' the lin

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Just a day after hearing that Intel was firing up its new Arizona-based facility in order to crank out heaps of 45-nanometer Penryn chips, along comes more news on the next best thing. Granted, Intel already gave Nehalem a share of the limelight earlier this year, but new documents are giving us a m

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