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|20th February 2008, 12:13||#1|
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Intel's Silverthorne Unveiled: Detailing Baby Centrino
In a matter of months Intel will be officially releasing what may end up as its furthest reaching microprocessor architecture of the next decade, yet hardly anyone is talking about it and it's rarely characterized properly.
Let's get the names straight first.
Silverthorne is the processor, it's Merom-x86 based (no SSE4). Poulsbo is the chipset. The combination of the two is referred to as the Menlow platform.
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