Intel Nehalem engineering samples ready in October

Posted on Tuesday, Aug 07 2007 @ 13:41 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The first engineering samples of Intel's Nehalem processors should arrive in October, DigiTimes reports.
Nehalem will adopt a Socket B processor interface and will include a built-in memory controller similar to the design of AMD's CPUs. The microarchitecture will also have an improved version of Hyper-Threading and support an integrated graphics engine, added the sources.
Nehalem is expected to arrive in the second half of next year.


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