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Nehalem - Everything You Need to Know about Intel's New Architecture
Itís a new architecture, at least newer than Penryn, but still built on the same 45nm process that debuted with Penryn. Next year weíll have the 32nm version of Nehalem called Westmere and then Sandy Bridge, a brand new architecture also built on 32nm. But today is all about Nehalem.
Recently Intel announced Nehalemís branding: the Intel Core i7 microprocessor. Iíve asked Intel why itís called this and so far the best response I can get is that the naming will make sense once the rest of the lineup is announced. Intel wouldnít even let me know what the model numbers are going to look like, so for now all weíve got is that itís called the Core i7. Iíll use that and Nehalem interchangeably throughout the course of this article.
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