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Nehalem

The 1st-generation microarchitecture in Intel's Core family of CPU chips, starting with the Core i7 in 2008. Major features of Nehalem chips (named after Nehalem, Oregon) are integrated memory and PCI Express controllers and a graphics processing unit (GPU) in the same chip package as the CPU. Nehalem began at 45 nm with subsequent dies manufactured with 32 nm features. Nehalem was superseded in 2011 by Sandy Bridge. See Intel microarchitectures.
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If these performance updates wind up making Nehalem, Sandy Bridge, and Ivy Bridge less desirable as platforms, enthusiasts will have that much more reason to move to something new - but considerably less reason to feel happy about it.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is asking for feedback on a study evaluating a 17-mile section of the Nehalem River for possible inclusion in the State Scenic Waterways Program.
Frank is survived by his wife, Mary, and six children, sons John Gilroy of Raleigh, NC and Tom Gilroy of Manhattan Beach, CA, and daughters Anne Gilroy of Brimfield, MA, Cynthia Kirkland of Nehalem, OR, Eileen Riotto of Truckee, CA and Denise Gilroy of Volcano, CA, and 10 grandchildren.
Beverly Graham, Nehalem, Oregon, takes 30[degrees] mgs of Pycnogenol for knee pain.
Based on Gulftown core which brings a host of improvements to the Nehalem design, the chip is compatible with LGA1366 mainboards.
Vernonia is a small pioneer town located in Northwestern Oregon's upper Nehalem Valley.
Intel Corporation recently culminated the transition to the company's "Nehalem" chip design with the launch of the Intel[R] Xeon[R] 7500 processor series.
Powered by Intel's latest Xeon processors based on the Nehalem architecture, the R3040S delivers industry leading performance in a highly dense form factor by fitting up to 48 cores in 3U of rack space in the data center.
The older Xeon 5500 processors, based on the Nehalem architecture, were made using the older 45-nm manufacturing process.<p>The processors also include a number of new features that will help improve system speed and security, Intel's Davis said.
One such area is a section of mud habitat that has historically been trawled for ocean shrimp but is now enclosed within the Nehalem Bank Essential Fish Habitat notrawl zone (Fig.