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Intel Core i7 processor demand will not pickup until 3Q09, say motherboard makers
Monica Chen, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES
Although Intel claims to have already shipped around 100,000 Intel Core i7 CPUs, some motherboard makers point out that due to the impact of the dropping global economy affecting consumers' willingness to upgrade their PCs, demand for Core i7 is unlikely...
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