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Intel Core i7 is a family of three Intel Desktop x86-64 processors. Core i7 is the first Intel family to be released using the Intel Nehalem micro architecture and is the successor to the Intel Core 2 family. All three models are quad-core processors. The Core i7 identifier applies to the initial family of processors codenamed Bloomfield. The moniker Core i7 does not have a deeper meaning, but continues the use of the successful Core 2 and Core brands.
Intel announced that the family is due to be launched in Q4 2008, but several sources have reported the dates differently. The most recent such report states that the launch date is November 17, 2008. On October 14, Intel confirmed that the release will occur in November, but did not specify a date.
Processors, based on new micro architecture, possess the promoted productivity and lowered energy consumption as compared to old models. The principle of the "best from two spheres" will allow Intel to retain leading position in industry of production of processors for the mobile, personal and servers segments of market.
The technology of Hyper-Threading is presented in processors, also known as simultaneous multi-streaming, able to manage eight programmatic streams on four cores of processor.
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