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    Post No HT For Penryn & Nehalem

    Intel issued out their latest WW04 roadmaps to their partners with some incorrect info and that leads to mass confusion that Penryn supports HT. Someone has unknowingly put a tick to Yorkfield and Wolfdale at the Hyper-Threading column but the number of threads still remains at 4 and 2 respectively. Anyway, the air is cleared and the finalized roadmap is correctly reflected that Penryn will not support HT neither do Nehalem. Intel will use a new term called MTT for Nehalem and Nehalem-C. Take a guess what it means

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    MTT = multi-threading technology?
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    Multi Transfer Threads?
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    Multi Transformation Threading?
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    What's Nehalem?


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    The Code Name for the Next Complete Intel Architecture of Processors, the which will be available after Penryn.
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    Same family of processors or are they meant for different market segments?


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    Thumbs down What a mistake ha?

    For SURE no one reviewed the document to find some errors. How is it possible coming from this kind of company, is it an effect from the re-estruturation (aka job cuts)?