Back in February Intel announced an update to its Otellini said that Westmere will ship in volume later this year and could be on sale in PCs by early 2010. The new chips are basically die-shrink versions of the current 45nm Nehalem family of processors, but will come in a two-chip package configuration, where a die containing a graphics core and the memory controller will sit alongside the CPU die. There will be a desktop variant known as Clarkdale, comprising of two cores with hyper-threading technology, and a mobile chip codenamed Arrandale with the same arrangement.