Nehalem Memory Speed Information

The memory controller in Intel's new Nehalem processor is a radical departure from previous Intel processor architectures, in that the processor die now contains a memory controller. As a result of this change, much of the system builder community is confused as to the proper memory speed to use for Nehalem processors.

This paper provides information to system builders so that the proper memory can be selected.


This information is extracted from Intel documentation. It is correct as of the time it was written.
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