So I'm reading up in the Intel i7 Processor series... There have been three different microarchitectures: 1.) Nehalem 2.) Westmere 3.) Sandy Bridge 4.) Ivy Bridge There are also different models of microprocessors, for example: 1.) Bloomfield 2.) Lynnfield 3.)Clarksfield When i look at the specs for the microarchitecture, they are almost the exact same as the microprocessor, this might be a moronic question, but what is the difference between a microprocessor and a microarchitecture ( eg. Bloomfield was made with Nehalem microarchitecture) Thanks!