A leaked roadmap of the Intel’s upcoming desktop processors based on its Nehalem architecture shows two low-power processors,the Intel Core i5 750s and Intel Core i7 860s.Two low-power versions are expected by the Q1 2010. The Intel Core i5 750s and Intel Core i7 860s will have lower default clock speeds of 2.4GHz and 2.53GHz each but will consume lesser power from 95W to 82W to improve their usefulness in smaller enclosures. They should still reach the same 3.2GHz and 3.46GHz speeds in Turbo Boost mode.


Due to their more specialized design they will cost more than their normal counterparts(Intel Core i5 750 and Intel Core i7 860).The Intel Core i5 750s will cost around US$259  and the Intel Core i7 860s is expected to be priced at US$337.