Intel's next microarchitecture - Nehalem - has been detailed over at HKEPC (via NordicHardware). Nehalem will introduce several new features including integrated memory and PCI Express controllers, as well as house the homecoming of HyperThreading. The quad-core versions of Nehalem will go by the names Gainestown and Bloomfield, while the eight-core derivative (with sixteen threads) will be known as Beckton. Nehalem will use socket 1366 and 1160...

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