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Old 22nd April 2010, 15:32   #1
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Default Sandy Bridge to enable 35W desktop CPUs

Intel's next generation 32nm design, also known as Sandy Bridge, will enable low power CPUs with as little as 35W Thermal Design Power (TDP). The lower TDP matters for notebooks and some quad-cores already have 65W TDP. It's also important in the server market, as these guys wants to save as much as they can on their electricity bill.

Intelís 65W quad-cores with the Yorkfield generation are out for a while and with the introduction of Nehalem architecture the power consumption went up and the most power aware Core i5 750S clocked to 2.4GHz has 82W TDP. That is Lynnfield quad-core who also have eight thread support.

http://www.fudzilla.com/content/view/18545/35/
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