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Old 14th February 2008, 15:12   #1
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Intelís second generation low-cost platform codenamed Diamondville can be passively cooled. It comes in the second half of 2008 and it will help you create the ultimate silent machine.

It is based on a new 45nm CPU that comes as a single and dual core, and it targets the performance and power of basic PC and thin client market.

http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?op...04&Ite mid=35
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Pentium 2/3 revisited?
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how so?
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When was the last time you got a passive cooled boxed CPU?
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can work passively != boxed without cooler
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It has a lower Bill of Material cost compared to anything else Intel had in this range and the system can work even without a fan. The TDP of a CPU is from 4 to 8W. It will be ideal as a small form factor and we believe that Intel will attack VIAís micro ATX with this platform.
You don't need a lot of heatsink to get rid of that, they're like P2 and early P3's
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P3 was 16~40W FYI =-)

More like 486 it seems to me!
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