Nehalem (microarchitecture) - Wikipedia
Nehalem /nəˈheɪləm/ is the codename for an Intel processor microarchitecture released in November 2008. Nehalem was used in the first generation of the Intel Core processors...
Intel Core i7 - Nehalem Architecture Dive | bit-tech.net
For some parts Nehalem builds off the foundations of Penryn's advanced Core 2 architecture, but in others it's been redesigned to further accommodate the needs of Hyper Threading. Penryn's pipeline was a very nippy 14 stages, while in comparison Nehalem extends this quite considerably to 20-to-24...
Intel Core i7 (Nehalem): Architecture By AMD? | Tom's Hardware
Intel's new Core i7 processors represent a major evolution of the Core 2-series, though a lot of the additions look like they come from AMD's playbook. Then a whole new architecture was set to arrive 24 months later, with the code name Nehalem. That new architecture is the subject of this article.
Inside Intel Nehalem Microarchitecture - Hardware Secrets
Nehalem-based CPUs have an embedded memory controller and thus will provide two external busses: a memory bus for connecting the CPU to the memory As mentioned, Nehalem (Core i7) is based on the architecture used by Core 2 Duo, bringing some enhancements on the way instructions flow...
The Dark Knight: Intel's Core i7 | Nehalem's Architecture - A Recap
A quad-core Nehalem is made up of 731M transistors, down from 820M in Yorkfield, the current quad-core Core 2s based on the Penryn microarchitecture. The die size has gone up however, from 214 mm^2 to 263 mm^2. That's fewer transistors but less densely packed ones, part of this is due to a...
Nehalem - Microarchitectures - Intel - WikiChip | Core Name
Nehalem was the microarchitecture for Intel's 45 nm process for desktops and servers as a successor to Penryn. Nehalem was replaced by the Westmere microarchitecture in 2010.
Benchmarks: Intel Core i7 (Nehalem) | ZDNet
Individual Nehalem processors are differentiated by the speed of the QPI interface. On the top model — the Core i7 Extreme 965 — QPI runs at 3.2GHz, but Memory According to Intel, the new Nehalem processors are specified up to a memory speed of DDR3/1066, while the current Core 2 architecture...
Intel Core i7 Processors: Nehalem and X58 Have Arrived | HotHardware
Intel Core i7 Processor and Corsair Triple-Channel DDR3 RAM On The DX58SO 'Smackover' Motherboard. We're going to summarize many of the main details again here, but if you'd like to check out our complete coverage of the Core i7 (Nehalem) and the X58 Express chipset, the list of...
Nehalem Gets Named as the Core i7 Processor | TechPowerUp Forums
According to the guys over at Expreview, Intel is naming its new Nehalem range of processors "Core i7". There will be 3 Bloomfield to enter PC market later this year, and the 999USD top-of-the-line Bloomfield is the only Core i7 Extreme Edition processor current revealed.