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Facts about "Core i7 - Intel"
designerIntel +
first announcedAugust 11, 2008 +
first launchedNovember 18, 2008 +
full page nameintel/core i7 +
instance ofmicroprocessor family +
instruction set architectureIA-32 + and x86-64 +
main designerIntel +
manufacturerIntel +
microarchitectureNehalem +, Westmere +, Sandy Bridge +, Ivy Bridge +, Haswell +, Broadwell +, Skylake + and Kaby Lake +
nameIntel Core i7 +
packageFCLGA-1366 +, FCBGA-1364 +, FCBGA-1440 +, FCBGA-1288 +, FCBGA-1224 +, FCBGA-1168 +, FCLGA-1155 +, FCLGA-1151 +, FCLGA-1150 +, FCBGA-1023 + and FCPGA-988 +
process45 nm (0.045 μm, 4.5e-5 mm) +, 32 nm (0.032 μm, 3.2e-5 mm) +, 22 nm (0.022 μm, 2.2e-5 mm) +, 14 nm (0.014 μm, 1.4e-5 mm) + and 10 nm (0.01 μm, 1.0e-5 mm) +
socketLGA-1366 +, LGA-1364 +, LGA-1440 +, LGA-1288 +, LGA-1224 +, LGA-1168 +, LGA-1155 +, LGA-1151 +, LGA-1150 + and LGA-1023 +
technologyCMOS +
word size64 bit (8 octets, 16 nibbles) +