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Gulftown
Core i7-970, i7-980X, and i7-990X Extreme Edition CPUs, and the Xeon W3690 CPU, all with six cores. Part of the 32 nm Westmere family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Harpertown
Xeon 5400 series. Quad-core. Part of the 45 nm Penryn family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Havendale
Desktop processor in the 45 nm Nehalem family, essentially Lynnfield with two cores instead of four. Canceled in favor of the 32 nm Westmere-based Clarkdale.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2008
Hillel
The CPU portion of the Clarkdale and Arrandale processors. Part of the 32 nm Westmere family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Hondo
Itanium 2 mx2. Combines two Madison dies in a single package.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Irwindale
Xeon processor based on the 64-bit, 90 nm Prescott. Much like Nocona but with 2MB cache instead of 1MB, and capable of reducing its clock speed when idle.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2004
Ivytown
Xeon E7 series CPUs, aimed at dual-socket servers. Also codenamed Ivy Bridge-EX. Part of the 22 nm IvyBridge family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2013
Jaketown
Xeon E5-2600 series CPUs, aimed at dual-socket servers. Also codenamed Sandy Bridge-EP. Part of the 32 nm Sandy Bridge family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2010
Jasper Forest
Xeon LC3500 series (dual-core), Xeon LC5500 series (quad-core), and the Celeron P1053 (single-core), intended for use in storage controllers paired with the 3420 (Ibex Peak) chipset. Part of the 45 nm Nehalem family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2009
Jayhawk
Xeon counterpart of Tejas. Cancelled, as was Tejas.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2003
Katmai
First-generation Pentium III processor, 250 nm. Successor to Deschutes.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998
Keifer
A 32-core CPU based on a mini-core. Cancelled.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2006
Kentsfield
Core 2 Quad Q6600 and Q6700, Core 2 Extreme QX6700, QX6800, and QX6850, and the Xeon 3200 series. Has two dual-core dies in a single package for a total of four cores. Part of the 65 nm Conroe family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2005
Kevet
Massively multi-core CPU based on mini-cores. Cancelled.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2006
Kikayon
Test version of the Yonah processor, never commercialized.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2006
Kittson
Ninth-generation Itanium processor, expected in 2014. Successor to Poulson.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Klamath
First-generation Pentium II processor. 350 nm. Successor to the Pentium Pro.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1997
Lincroft
Atom Z600 series processors, intended for tablet computers. Part of the 45 nm Bonnell family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2008
Lynnfield
Core i5-700 series, Core i7-800 series, and Xeon 3400 series, all quad-core. Part of the 45 nm Nehalem family.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
2007
Madison
Itanium 2, the third-generation Itanium (but still called Itanium 2). 130 nm. Successor to McKinley.
Hardware Manufacturer
Release Year
1998



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