Alpha EV79

Introduced: 2004-Q1

Description: The EV79 was originally meant to replace the earlier planned, much more ambitious, EV8 in early 2004. EV79 would have been the last update of the Alpha architecture but has now been killed off in favor of the less ambitious EV7z. Would have been made in a 130 nm SOI process with a die size of 300 mm2 and run at above 1.6 GHz .

Type: Processors [Roadmap] [Timeline]

State: Canceled

Quick Specs

Die size300 mm2
Process130 nm SOI
Core speed>1.6 GHz
Power120 W
Form factorFC-LGA 1443 pin
Core voltage1.2 V

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2004-08-20 OpenVMS on Itanic pretty darn fast, claim The Inquirer [rm]

2004-07-24 Alpha EV7z Makes an Unheralded Arrival? HP-Interex [rm]

2004-07-04 How HP committed EV79 Alphacide The Inquirer [rm]

2003-10-27 HP blames IBM Micro for Alpha EV79 death The Inquirer [rm]

2003-10-26 HP confirms Alpha EV79 dead, and Superdome 128 Itanic delayed The Inquirer [rm]

2003-10-10 Alpha chip – is the EV79 a dead duck? The Inquirer [rm]

2003-05-13 64-bit battle lines form The Inquirer [rm]

2003-05-07 HP Product Roadmaps HP VLSI Center [rm]

2003-02-12 Next year at 64-bits The Inquirer [rm]

2003-01-21 EV7 AlphaServers unleashed as chip line heads into sunset The Register [rm]

2003-01-20 HP-Compaq / DEC - Alpha 21364 (EV-7, EV-79) GEEK.com's processor specs [rm]

2003-01-12 HP's Alpha Marvel arrives on Tuesday The Inquirer [rm]

2002-12-05 HP gives Alpha one last gasp ZDNet [rm]

2002-10-28 Alpha roadmaps - Goodbye Alpha, welcome ARM... ALPHA processors [rm]

2002-01-04 Alpha 21364 (EV7) - Compaq Slides  Other [rm]

2001-08-06 Alpha EV8 and the Intel Itanium The Inquirer [rm]

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