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Aliceton
Successor to Tigerton. Renamed to Dunnington.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2006
Allendale
Same as Conroe but with only 2MB of cache instead of 4MB. Sold as various Celeron, Pentium Dual-Core, Core 2 Duo, and Xeon models.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Arrandale
Dual-core mobile Celeron, Pentium, Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processors with integrated graphics. Same as Clarkdale, but supports only 8GB of memory instead of 16GB and has dynamic frequency control of the graphics core.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Aubrey Isle
MIC processor with 32 cores. 45 nm. Used in the Knights Ferry co-processor card.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2010
Auburndale
Dual-core processor in the 45 nm Nehalem family, and the mobile corollary to Havendale. Canceled in favor of Arrandale.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2008
Banias
The first-generation Pentium M processor. A heavily modified version of the 130 nm Pentium III (Tualatin) processor, optimized for power efficiency.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2001
Beckton
The Xeon 6500 and 7500 series CPUs, with 4, 6, or 8 cores, intended for large multi-socket servers. Part of the 45 nm Nehalem family. Also spelled Becton, and also called Nehalem-EX.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2008
Berryville
Media processor (Atom CE5300) aimed at set-top boxes and media gateways for the living room
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2012
Bloomfield
The Core i7-920, -930, -940, -950, and -960, the Core i7-965 and -975 Extreme Edition, and the Xeon 3500 series, all of which are quad-core except for the Xeon W3503 and W3505, which are dual-core. Part of the 45 nm Nehalem family. Successor to Yorkfield.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Bulverde
The PXA270 family of XScale processors.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Cascades
Second version of the Pentium III Xeon, based on the 180 nm Coppermine. Successor to Tanner.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Cedar Mill
Die shrink of Prescott to 65 nm. The final revision of the Pentium 4.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Cedarview
Intel Atom D2500, D2550, D2600, D2700, and D2800 processors, all dual-core. Part of the 32 nm Saltwell family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Chivano
Itanium 2 9000 (Montecito) with only two cores. However, there was never a Montecito with more than two cores, so Chivano was not needed.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2002
Claremont
An experimental Pentium CPU capable of operating at power levels under 10 mW, Intel calls this a near-threshold voltage processor.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2011
Clarkdale
Dual-core desktop Pentium, Core i3, and Core i5 processors, and the Xeon L3406. Includes the Ironlake graphics controller and memory controller hub in the same package but on a separate 45 nm die. Part of the 32 nm Westmere family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Clarksfield
Core i7 Mobile, a quad-core processor in the 45 nm Nehalem family. Closely related to Lynnfield.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2008
Clovertown
Xeon 5300 series. Quad-core, consisting of two dual-core Woodcrest dies on a multi-chip module. Part of the 65 nm Conroe family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Conroe
First implementation of the Core microarchitecture, sold as Core 2 Duo, Xeon, Pentium Dual-Core, and Celeron. Most Conroes are dual-core, although some single-core versions were also produced. Successor to both Yonah, of Pentium M lineage, and to Cedar Mill, the final generation of the NetBurst microarchitecture. 65 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Coppermine
Second-generation Pentium III processor. 180 nm, and later 130 nm. Successor to Katmai.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998



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