Talk:Bonnell (microarchitecture)

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Regarding the internal nomenclature of Intel's third generation Atom cores...[edit]

...I believe the proper term for the internal name of the core that the Atom Z2760 is "Clover Trail," not "Cloverview." A Pickle (talk) 05:17, 28 September 2013 (UTC)

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in-order execution[edit]

Whereas all Intel (and AMD) desktop and server microarchitectures since Pentium or so implemented Out-of-order execution, Bonnell came without that. Bonnell is an in-order-execution processor. User:ScotXWt@lk 11:53, 12 January 2019 (UTC)

The article already says that Bonnell is statically scheduled in the second last sentence of the first paragraph. If you think the article should include the entire history of Intel's choices regarding instruction scheduling, then its relevance to Bonnell needs to be considered. Should it be deemed that it's relevant, then it needs to cite reliable sources, since it was the c. 1995 Pentium Pro (P6) that was the first Intel processor to feature dynamic scheduling, and Intel has introduced several statically scheduled Itanium processors since then. 99Electrons (talk) 00:12, 13 January 2019 (UTC)