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Intel Nehalem architecture  - Intel Nehalem architecture
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"I mentioned before that Intel is using Nehalem to mark the return of HyperThreading to its bag of weapons in the CPU battle; the process is nearly identical to that of the older NetBurst processors and allows two threads to run on a single CPU core. But SMT (simultaneous multi-threading) or HyperThreading is also a key to keeping the 4-wide execution engine fed with work and tasks to complete. With the larger caches and much higher memory bandwidth that the chip provides this is a very important addition."
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