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  AnandTech: Intel Yonah Performance Preview - Part I: The Exclusive First Look at Yonah
As the successor to the current Pentium M (Dothan) and the predecessor to next year’s Conroe, Merom and Woodcrest cores, Yonah is a very important chip.
While the launch of Yonah still won’t be until January of next year, we’ve had a chip for the past month, unfortunately, we haven’t had a motherboard to stick it in.
The Yonah socket is still a 479-pin interface, however the pin-out has been changed once more, and of course Yonah won’t even physically fit into any current Pentium M motherboards.
www.anandtech.com /cpuchipsets/showdoc.aspx?i=2627   (1008 words)

  
  Intel Core - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yonah was the code name for Intel's first generation of 65 nm process mobile microprocessors, based on the Banias/Dothan Pentium M microarchitecture, incorporating LaGrande security technology.
Yonah's execution core contains a 12 stage pipeline, forecasted to eventually be able to clock to 2.33–2.50 GHz of maximum frequency.
A derivative of Yonah, code-named Sossaman, was released on 14 March 2006 as the Dual-Core Xeon LV.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Intel_Core   (1279 words)

  
 Yonah
Yonah is to rebuke the people of Ninveh and point out to them of their evil ways; there is no mention here of the exact words he is supposed to say to them.
Yonah did not try to run away from Hashem; rather, he was trying to flee from the Land of Israel, the place where the voice of prophecy can be heard.
Yonah asked the sailors to throw him overboard, for he knew that he was the cause of the storm.
www.613.org /smiles/trei-asar/yonah.htm   (4082 words)

  
 Yonah and Yom Kippur
Yonah was a prophet who received prophecy that he should travel to the foreign city of Nineveh and prophesize their imminent destruction.
Yonah was identified by the lottery and he was thrown overboard after which the storm subsided.
Yonah was left without his shade and he lamented this loss to which G-d reproved him saying that he mourns the loss of the "kikayon", how much more so should he realize had the inhabitants of Nineveh not been told of the prophecy they too would have died.
www.jewishmag.com /83mag/yonah/yonah.htm   (731 words)

  
 Flatliners Southeast Climbing - Georgia - Mount Yonah
Mount Yonah (officially referred to as Yonah Mountain) is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest between the towns of Cleveland and Helen in northeast Georgia.
Yonah Crafts is located across the street from the access road.
Though Mt. Yonah is located in the public Chattahoochee National Forest, there is no public road access to the mountain top.
www.southeastclimbing.com /climbing_areas/georgia/yonah_mt.htm   (1672 words)

  
 bit-tech.net | Intel's Core Duo meets the desktop
Yonah (officially named Core Duo) is the predecessor to the new Core microarchitecture chips to which it lends its name, and it is predominantly a mobile part, but also forms an important part of the company's Viiv platform for low-power, high-capability media PCs.
Yonah is Intel's first mobile processor manufactured on its 65-nanometre process technology, and its roots are quite obvious.
Yonah is still a high latency platform due to the lack of an on-die memory controller - this is somewhere where AMD's Athlon 64 architecture excels.
www.bit-tech.net /hardware/2006/05/19/intel_core_duo_t2600_on_the_desktop/1.html   (763 words)

  
 IDF Fall 2005 wrap - The Tech Report - Page 2
Yonah is essentially a waypoint between the current Pentium M architecture and Intel's future, common microarchitecture, so it's worthy of some extra attention.
Yonah is not, however, simply two Pentium M processors located side by side on a single chip or package; it's a truly intentional dual-core design.
Yonah may be able to realize similar benefits from its extension of micro-ops fusion and other per-clock performance increases.
techreport.com /etc/2005q3/idf/index.x?pg=2   (1181 words)

  
 Georgia's Mt. Yonah and the Cheerokee Connection
The prime attraction of Mount Yonah is the great power points which are associated with the blind and hidden springs.
Mount Yonah is a spiritual and sacred power point to the native americans, located in the Chattahoochee National Forest between Cleveland and Helen in northeastern Georgia.
Though Mt. Yonah is located in the public Chattahoochee National Forest, until recently, there was no public road access to the mountain top.
www.tylwythteg.com /yonah/yonah.html   (580 words)

  
 head coach Yonah Melnik   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Apart from managing, teaching and coaching his own club in Hod-Hasharon and his refereeing activities, Yonah Melnik is the Head Coach of the judo section of the Center for the Development of Sport Giftedness at the Wingate Institute since it was launched in 1994.
Yonah Melnik is interested in having contacts with similar or equivalent programs in the world, sharing ideas and experience and organizing mutual visits and joint training.
Yonah Melnik is also active as master rank examiner for the Israeli Judo Association and as member of its Refereeing Commission as IJF Referee - B since 1994.
www.judoyonah.com /melnik.htm   (336 words)

  
 First Apple-Intel Macs likely to house Yonah dual-core chip - sources | TG Daily   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yonah is currently heavily promoted by Intel - for example during its recent Mobility Day or the Mobile and Wireless World Conference - as the company's first 65nm dual-core chip.
The fact that Yonah is aiming primarily at notebooks will not keep Apple from using the chip across its product line, at least until the release of "Conroe", a desktop processor that is expected to cut down power consumption from the current Pentium 4/Pentium D generation.
Intel itself indicated that Yonah may be much more than a notebook processor when it showed a Mac mini clone at this year's spring developer forum.
www.tgdaily.com /2005/06/15/first_apple   (705 words)

  
 Macworld: News: IDF: Intel's Yonah takes first step toward new chips
Yonah, Intel Corp.’s dual-core mobile processor for the first quarter of 2006, is every bit as revolutionary as the single-core Pentium M processor that changed the way Intel designed its chips, company executives said Tuesday at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF).
Yonah is not just two Pentium M cores slapped together on the same silicon die, said Ronny Korner, head of presilicon validation for mobile platforms at Intel.
Yonah’s two processor cores each have their own bank of cache memory, which stores frequently used data close to the main CPU (central processing unit) where they can be accessed more quickly than data stored in main memory.
www.macworld.com /news/2005/08/24/yonah/index.php   (756 words)

  
 Yonah - Trei-Asar - Judaism 101 - A Glossary of Basic Jewish Terms and Concepts - OU.ORG
Yonah was a resident of Gat-Chefer in the area of the Tribe of Zevulon ("Melachim"/Kings II 14:25), and prophesied that Yeravam ben Yoash would restore the boundaries of Israel "from the entrance of Chamat until the Sea of the Aravah."
They say that Yonah was the son of the widow of Zarephat brought back to life by Eliyahu ("Melachim" I, 17:17-24), and that he was the Prophet who, at Eliyahu's command, anointed Yehu and ordered him to destroy the House of Achav ("Melachim" II, 9:1-13, Yalkut Shimoni, Yonah, 550).
Yonah was swallowed by a great fish (Yonah 2:1), and he prayed from the "belly of the beast" that HaShem save him.
www.ou.org /about/judaism/treiasar/yonah.htm   (733 words)

  
 Yonah to suck up more power | Tech News on ZDNet
Yonah will also come with a 667-MHz bus, which is a channel for ferrying data between the processor and memory; today's Pentium Ms feature a 533-MHz bus.
The "T" class of Yonah chips, which are expected to be fitted in most business notebooks, will come with a maximum power consumption of between 25 and 49 watts.
Intel plans for the "L" class of low-voltage Yonahs to have a maximum power consumption range of 15 to 24 watts--higher than the 17-watt ceiling found today.
news.zdnet.com /2100-9584_22-5893308.html   (637 words)

  
 Macsimum News - Possible Mactel chips, part 1: A look at Yonah
Yonah is an Intel dual-core notebook processors that have been announced and are due for volume production in 2006.
The X-series Yonah processors will be part of Intel’s Napa dual-core notebook platform, which is also expected to hit the market in the first quarter of next year, and will represent Intel’s transition from 90nm technology to 65nm.
The Yonah chip, will come with a number of enhancements over the current Pentium M line of notebook chips, Mooly Eden, vice president of the Intel mobility group, said at a June 2 briefing.
www.macsimumnews.com /index.php/archive/5741   (1364 words)

  
 Yonah - Torah.org
The link between Yonah and Eliahu is no less important and in some ways more dramatic but we will discuss it at a later time, when we reach verse 5.
What ties Yirmiah and Yonah together in a most unmistakeable fashion is the doctrine of national teshuva that they teach.
Yonah was called to demonstrate the other side of Hashems's sovereignty over the nations, His kindness and his Providence.
www.torah.org /learning/yonah/class3.html   (633 words)

  
 Intel spills beans on Yonah, the next notebook chip | Tech News on ZDNet
Partly because of reduced power consumption, the footprint on Yonah notebooks will be up to 31 percent smaller than those of existing notebooks.
One thing Yonah won't have, at least initially, is the ability to run 64-bit applications.
Yonah will also contain more transistors--151.6 million--than the current Pentium M, which has about 140 million transistors.
news.zdnet.com /2100-9584_22-5729925.html   (797 words)

  
 PCWorld.com - New Details on Intel's Dual-Core Mobile Chip   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Yonah is the code name for the dual-core version of Intel's Pentium M processor for notebooks and miniature desktops, scheduled for release in the first quarter of next year.
In the Yonah processor, a single 2M-byte cache memory bank is available to both cores, reducing the chance that data will have to leave the chip to be temporarily stored in a system's main memory bank, Eden said.
As a result, the battery life of notebooks with the Yonah and the rest of the Napa platform should exceed that of the current generation of Intel's Centrino technology, Eden said.
www.pcworld.com /resource/article/0,aid,121126,pg,1,RSS,RSS,00.asp   (510 words)

  
 PCWorld.com - Intel's Dual-Core Chips Debut   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It will be a 65 nanometer version of the Pentium M processor and it will come with a new set of accompanying technology grouped under the Napa code name.
Yonah and Napa will succeed the Sonoma platform that is slated for availability in the first quarter of 2005.
Yonah will come with power-management technology that can shut down one of the processor cores if the application workload is light, Chandrasekher said.
www.pcworld.com /news/article/0,aid,117718,00.asp   (504 words)

  
 AppleInsider | Intel's dual-core "Yonah" chip could carry PowerBooks beyond 2GHz
Initially, dual-core versions of Yonah will be available in four flavors, ranging from 1.66GHz to 2.16GHz, each with a 667MHz front side bus.
Yonah will also represent Intel’s transition from 90nm technology to a 65nm process and is expected to become the gemstone of Napa -- the company's dual-core notebook platform and third generation Centrino bundle.
Yonah will also sport a new shared memory 2MB level 2 cache, dubbed "Smart Cache," which will keep data in close proximity to the processor cores for faster access.
www.appleinsider.com /article.php?id=1123   (795 words)

  
 Ohr Somayach :: People Of The Land :: Yonah The Prophet of No Escape
When the Prophet Yonah was told by G-d that he had been chosen to deliver a message of repentance to the capital of the mighty Assyrian Empire he attempted to evade this mission.
He was afraid, say our Sages, that the positive response of the sinful Assyrians to his call for a return to G-d might serve as an indictment of the Jewish People who showed less interest in heeding the calls of their prophets.
As we are reminded each year at Mincha on Yom Kippur when the Book of Yonah is read as the Haftarah, he hired a ship at the port of Jaffa to take him to the foreign port of Tarshish.
ohr.edu /yhiy/article.php/544   (312 words)

  
 MacNN | Intel "Yonah" CPU specs, performance
Yonah is based on Intel's new 65nm process, which allows the company to manufacture a dual-core Yonah die roughly the same size as a single core Dothan die.
Yonah failed to display superior results in the business applications test, primarily because applications such as Microsoft Word and Outlook Express do not take on a heavily multithreaded workload, which dual-core chips are designed to optimize.
Apple hopes to be one of the first PC makers to introduce systems using Intel's Yonah when it debuts the first Intel Macs, which is expected to occur at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco during the second week of January.
www.macnn.com /articles/05/12/22/yonah.specs.performance   (1087 words)

  
 Legit Reviews - Spring IDF 2005: 65nm Yonah Spotted - Yonah A Year Early
Intel didn't have much to say about their display, and to be honest they just said it was Yonah, 65nm, and due out in 2006 for use to quote on the record.
Yonah will be implemented on a single piece of silicon, but will feature two execution cores.
Yonah will be part of the new "Napa" mobile platform, and if all goes as Intel plans, will be able to hold off AMD's attempts at the mobile market for years to come.
www.legitreviews.com /article.php?aid=172   (564 words)

  
 Intel Pentium M Yonah planned for Q1 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Intel Pentium M 'Yonah' dual-core processor is planned for the first quarter of next year.
Intel further added that the dual-core Yonah will mean a large improvement in performance, it won't just be 10 to 20 percent but a lot more.
Yonah will be bundled with a chipset, code-named Calistoga, and a Wi-Fi module, code-named Golan.
www.dvhardware.net /article5188.html   (467 words)

  
 Geek.com Geek News - Yonah dual-core benchmarked at AnandTech
Yonah is a laptop part - basically they take all the fast parts and slow them down to achieve power savings - You just simply try to do things differently when you have a 25 Watt budget rather than a 100+ watt budget.
Thirdly, Yonah runs on a 667 mhz bus, while Meron will almost certainly be on at least a 1066 (maybe 1333 bus) so again I don't think this is a legitimate test.
While Yonah manages to be 12% faster in Q4 without the multi-threading patch and 3% faster in BF2 and 5.5% faster in B&W. The only thing that Yonah loses over Dothan in single core performance is Business Winstone benchmark, and Dothan is only 5.6% faster.
www.geek.com /news/geeknews/2005Dec/wbc20051221033920.htm   (4629 words)

  
 X-bit labs - Hardware news - Intel's Single-Core Yonah to Compliment Dual-Core Yonah.
Intel Yonah processor is a yet another derivative of the so-called Banias architecture, which inherits many peculiarities of the P6 architecture.
The typical flavour of Yonah will have two processing engines and will be produced using 65nm process technology late this year with commercial availability scheduled for Q1 2006.
The target clock-rate for Yonah processor is unknown, but during a recent demonstration, which included typical notebook workflow, the chip was clocked at 1467MHz, which is nearly inline with today’s mainstream mobile chips; as time goes, the speed of Yonah may scale up towards 2.17GHz or above.
www.xbitlabs.com /news/mobile/display/20050426124758.html   (663 words)

  
 Pentium M - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The next generation of processors using the Pentium M microarchitecture, codenamed Yonah, has been released under the Intel Core brand, as Core Solo and Core Duo.
Yonah details from X86-secret (french translated to English through google)
This page was last modified 21:11, 23 July 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pentium_M   (860 words)

  
 AnandTech: Intel Yonah Performance Preview - Part I: The Exclusive First Look at Yonah
But we tend to want to see things for ourselves, and Yonah will at least give us an indication of how things have improved since Dothan, and whether or not Intel is on the right track to replacing the Pentium 4.
While the launch of Yonah still won’t be until January of next year, we’ve had a chip for the past month, unfortunately, we haven’t had a motherboard to stick it in.
The Yonah socket is still a 479-pin interface, however the pin-out has been changed once more, and of course Yonah won’t even physically fit into any current Pentium M motherboards.
anandtech.com /cpuchipsets/showdoc.aspx?i=2627   (1028 words)

  
 CoolTechZone.com - Intel Yonah Launch Date Confirmed   (Site not responding. Last check: )
If Intel decides to exclusively launch Yonah in India, it would not be the first time.
Intel’s Yonah is a dual-core chip based on the 65nm fabrication process.
Yonah will also mark the first launch with Intel’s new strategy in place — performance per watt.
www.cooltechzone.com /index.php?option=content&task=view&id=2064   (235 words)

  
 DriverHeaven.net - Intel's Dual-Core Yonah Roadmap
Intel's dual-core Pentium M successor "Yonah" will ship at 1.67GHz, 1.84GHz, and 2.17GHz when it debuts early next year in 2006.
In Quarter 1 2006, the dual-core low voltage clocked at 1.50 and 1.67GHz will be released with the model numbers x38 and x48.
Yonah will bring Intel's Virtualisation Advanced Management technologies to the Centrino platform, SSE 3 support, and a new power management system dubbed Dynamic Power Coordination.
www.driverheaven.net /showthread.php?t=81334   (145 words)

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