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|13th November 2006, 11:23||#1|
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Intel dumbs down dual Santa Rosa cores with IDA
CHIP FIRM Intel will add an extra tick box to a range of Merom 65 nanometre Santa Rosa chips it is readying.
The T7700, the T7500, the T7300 and the T7100 will have IDA, which stands for Intel Dynamic Acceleration.
What is IDA? Apparently it allows extra performance without adding anything to the bill of materials (BOM) and also keeps to 35W for standard voltage, 17W for low voltage and 10W for ultra low voltage chips.
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