Intel's processor roadmap, which was probably going to be released at CES 2010, has leaked all over the world wide web.
If the documents are accurate then there are few surprises here, as the supposed roadmap included a slew of desktop chips bearing the Core i3, i5 and i7 labels.
The former is an entry-level processor that lacks overclocking features and runs at 2.93GHz or 3.06GHz. The mainstream Core i5 comes in dual-core and quad-core flavors with Turbo Boost. The high-end Core i7 has all the features of the Core i5 while increasing the number of processing threads to eight.