Intel to Release Arrandale Processor At CES 2010
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Intel is set to release its new “Arrandale” dual-core processor, which Apple may adopt for its MacBook Pro laptops. The new chip will debut at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) on January 7, 2010, offering improved speed, better graphics performance, and lower power consumption.
These new chips are supposed to improve on Intel’s already excellent Core 2 Duo line, which is used in Apple’s MacBook, MacBook Pro, and iMac. The Arrandale chips could appear in Apple’s products as soon as early 2010.
The Arrandale chips are supposed to have the major northbridge chipset memory controller components built in, unlike the Core 2 Duo chips.