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Cotulla
Intel PXA250 family of XScale processors. 180 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2002
Covington
First-generation Celeron processor. Essentially a Deschutes Pentium II with no cache. 250 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1997
Coyanosa
Intel XScale 80200 stand-alone processor.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2002
Cranford
An MP version of Nocona. Part of the 90 nm Prescott family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Dalhart
Intel PXA26x, a series of processors in the XScale family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Deerfield
Itanium 2. Low-voltage version of Madison.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Dempsey
Dual-Core Xeon 5000 series. Part of the 65 nm Cedar Mill family, and very similar to Presler.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Deschutes
Second-generation Pentium II processor. 250 nm. Successor to Klamath.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Devil's Canyon
Fourth generation core successor to the Ivy Bridge microarchitecture.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2013
Diamondville
Atom 230, 330, N270, and N280 processors, aimed at low-cost applications. The 330 is dual-core, the others are single-core. The 230 and 330 are 64-bit, while the N270 and N280 are 32-bit. Part of the 45 nm Bonnell family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Dimona
Itanium 9300 processor (Tukwila) with only two cores.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Dixon
Celeron M and Mobile Pentium II PE ("Performance Enhanced"). 250 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Dothan
Celeron M and Pentium M processor, successor to Banias. 90 nm.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Drake
Pentium II Xeon processor, the first Xeon. Based on the 250 nm Deschutes. Successor to the Pentium Pro.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Dunnington
Intel Xeon 7400 series, four or six cores. Based on the 45 nm Penryn. Successor to Tigerton.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Fanwood
Itanium 2, the fourth-generation Itanium (but still called Itanium 2). 130 nm. Successor to Madison.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Foster
First Xeon processor to use the NetBurst microarchitecture. Based on the 180 nm Willamette. Successor to Cascades.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Gainestown
Xeon 5500 series CPUs, dual-core and quad-core. Part of the 45 nm Nehalem family. Also called Nehalem-EP.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Gallatin
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition, and also the successor to Prestonia in the Xeon line. Based on the 130 nm Northwood.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2000
Gilo
Mobile processor based on the 45 nm Nehalem microarchitecture. Possibly cancelled or renamed.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003



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