Intel Core I7 – Nehalem Arrives And FSB Departs

Posted: Nov 2 2008, 11:32pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 11:24am CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 

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Intel announced the Core i7 processors in August. Core i7 was formerly known as Nehalem. Tweaktown reviews the new Intel Core i7 platform launching today.
Quote from the review: "Today Intel’s CPU, formally known as Nehalem arrives and with it comes a new architecture along with a new bus. Intel’s latest addition to the Core architecture is the Core i7 series, which is based on the same architecture that made the Core 2 series so popular, but with a few major changes to the design. To replace the aging FSB, Intel has designed a new point-to-point communication protocol which is known as Quick Path Interconnect or QPI. Intel’s first generation of QPI is a 20-bit interface with bi-directional communication running at either 4.8GT/s for the Core i7 range or 6.4GT/s for the Core i7 Extreme range of processors."
Read the full Core i7 review on Tweaktown.

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