Reference unknown; see Rock Creek disambiguation for possibilities. Based on the GM Attla controller. Atom CPU integrating technology licensed from Nokia and aimed at smartphones. Probably Rapid City, South Dakota. Intel series solid-state drives. Developed jointly with Micron Corp.
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Also called White Swan. Apple Hill is located in Camino.
Kaby Lake is the shortened name for Kabinakagami Lake, a large lake approximately 70 miles north of Wawa, Ontario. PuducherryIndia, formerly glenqood as Pondicherry. Retrieved 24 November Successor to the Pentium Pro. Based on the controller chip Ophir. Banias was the last of the non-US city names.
This might actually be attributed to the Pentium 4 processor, which wouldn’t run any faster than 4.
Raid, Continued Page Also spelled Becton, and also called Nehalem-EX. Ninth-generation Itanium processor, expected in Intel DX79TO desktop motherboard.
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Diamondville is a town in Lincoln County, Wyoming. Grosse Point is also the codename of server systems based on this motherboard. Possibly named after Fortvillea town in Indiana. Used with Pentium 4 processors. Itanium series, the sixth-generation Itanium. Atom CE processor, intended for consumer electronics devices. Based on the EB Oplin controller chip. Essentially a Deschutes Pentium II with no cache. Intel SDS2 two-socket server motherboard.
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Intel DP43BF desktop motherboard. A and A mobile processors, based on Dothan. Possibly named after Red Rock Canyon. Reference unknown; see Freetown disambiguation for possibilities. Solid-state drive in the series. Intel DXCS desktop motherboard. Pentium 4 Extreme Edition, and also the successor to Prestonia in the Xeon line.
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First product to use Intel’s tri-gate transistors. Part of the Montevina platform. Mount Odem in the Golan Heights. Possibly named after Kittson County, Minnesota.