American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The brightest star in the constellation Cygnus, approximately 1,630 light-years from Earth.
- n. astronomy A blue giant star in the constellation Cygnus; Alpha (α) Cygni. It forms one corner of the Summer Triangle. Deneb is one of the brightest stars in the night sky, and one of the most luminous stars known.
- n. the brightest star in Cygnus
- From Arabic ذنب الدجاجة (dhanab ad-dajājah, "hen's tail"), from ذنب ("tail") + دجاجة ("hen"). (Wiktionary)
- Arabic ḏanab, tail; see ḏnb in Semitic roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Stars: Alpha Cygni, also known as Deneb, blue-white, first magnitude.”
“The Phenom II X4 will be a part of the Dragon platform and is also known as the Deneb core.”
“It looks so bright from Earth that it has a name of its own, Deneb Kaitos, but we never call it that because "Deneb" brings to mind the other Deneb, Alpha Cygni, which is a real giant in a different part of the sky almost sixteen hundred light-years away.”
“I also misspelled "Deneb," but caught it too late.”
“The architecture is "Deneb", the socket is AM3 and the CPU still features”
“Deneb" architecture and therefore features 6MB L3 cache, with each core receiving its own dedicated 512KB of L2 cache (2MB total L2 cache).”
“The whole event was designed to create interest in AMD's upcoming 45nm "Deneb" processors, namely the Phenom II.”
“AMD SHOWED OFF its upcoming 45-nanometer 'Deneb' desktop chips for reviewers in Texas on Thursday, and overclocked it to what some observers said was 6. 3GHz.”
“This processor has been known under the code name 'Deneb' for many months now, but Phenom II is what the processor will be launched as.”
“Advanced Micro Devices demoed its upcoming 45-nanometer "Deneb" desktop chips -- now confirmed as Phenom II -- for reviewers in Austin, Texas, on Thursday, and reports are in that AMD overclockers were able to achieve clock speeds north of 6”
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