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Old 10th August, 2008, 10:26 PM
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Intel's Nehalem chips to get 'Core' branding

Intel's next-generation desktop processors will be branded "Intel Core" with an "i7" identifier for the first wave of products.
The i7 identifier will apply to the first crop of high-end desktop processors, according to George Alfs, an Intel spokesperson. Other identifiers will come later that will "complement" the i7, said Alfs. their identifiers will come later that will "complement" the i7, said Alfs.

There will be a separate black logo for the highest-end offering called the Extreme Edition. Model numbers will differentiate each chip.
"The Core name is and will be our flagship PC processor brand going forward," Sean Maloney, Intel executive vice president and general manager, said in a statement.
Intel is trying to simplify branding. In the past "it's been Core Duo, Core Solo...Basically, we're going to simplify Nehalem down to just Core," Alfs said.

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I just bought this motherboard *sob*

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I just bought this motherboard *sob*

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Even still, your system is extremely fast for today's standards!

This is yet another reason I'm going to be waiting a few years yet until I upgrade again...
By the time I do, the new system will do the same as this system did to my older one which was "Blow it Away!"

Then I'll give my OLD system away to a family member and use the one I have now as a backup system.
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