Nehalem sighted at IDF

Hot off the press from our Shanghai correspondent at IDF — a picture of Nehalem, Intel's next-generation processor:Pressed into Rupert Goodwins' eager hands literally minutes ago, this chip represents the 'tock' part of Intel's 'tick-tock' development cycle, building a new and improved architecture on top of the 45nm fabrication process introduced last year with the Penryn chips.Rupert's keyboard seems to bear a few battle scars too — more from our man at IDF later.

Hot off the press from our Shanghai correspondent at IDF — a picture of Nehalem, Intel's next-generation processor:

Pressed into Rupert Goodwins' eager hands literally minutes ago, this chip represents the 'tock' part of Intel's 'tick-tock' development cycle, building a new and improved architecture on top of the 45nm fabrication process introduced last year with the Penryn chips.

Rupert's keyboard seems to bear a few battle scars too — more from our man at IDF later.

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