Does Yonah have hidden x64 secrets

Subject: Processors | February 7, 2006 - 10:11 AM |
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HEXUS is doing some sleuthing, having become curious about "Intel's Sossaman ... the codename for an ultra low voltage Yonah to be shipped under the Xeon brand."  This lead them to wonder if the Yonah, or Core Duo chips being sold now have some x64 capabilities that aren't being mentioned.

"Word reaches the Deeplung ear that Intel's Yonah processor, which ships under the Intel Core Duo

moniker, has features that aren't being exposed to the consumer. Intel's Sossaman is the key, and

Sossaman is the codename for an ultra low voltage Yonah to be shipped under the Xeon brand, into

the server and workstation space."


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