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Old 7th March 2006, 19:22   #1
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Intel lets slip more Core microarchitecture info

Today Intel CTO Justin Rattner announced further details of Intelís upcoming common processor microarchitecture for server, desktops, and mobile applications. He confirmed that the official name of this architecture will be Core, reflecting the designís heritage in the current Core mobile processors like Core Duo. Core-based products remain on track for delivery later this year, manufactured with Intelís 65nm process tech.

Rattner reiterated some of the known features of the Core microarchitecture and revealed a few new ones, as well. Among the features of the new architecture will be
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