Intel Nehalem IDF presentation slides

Posted on Thursday, Aug 21 2008 @ 00:35 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
HardOCP published all the slides from Intel's Nehalem presentation at the Intel Developer Forum. Part I can be found here and Part II over here.

These were the biggest points:
  • Nehalem is an entire family of products that span from Server to Mobile.
  • Fast by design with quicker connects between cores and greatly improved memory bandwidth.
  • Hyperthreading greatly improves efficiency.
  • Power Management has been GREATLY redefined from previous chips both through new techniques as well as physical transistors being changed.
  • Here's a look about what Intel has to say about Hyper-Treading on the Nehalem:

    And the new cache system:

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