Intel to shrink Penryn for SFF

  • With the desktop PC market heading toward SFF (small form factor), Intel plans to shrink down its Penryn processors to support smaller designs, according to sources at motherboard makers. Penryn will have two versions for its BGA packaging, LV and ULV, which will see die sizes shrink from the 35 mm2 of previous Merom processors to 22 mm2.

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