Monday, May 31, 2010

Intel prepare new mobile CPU for Fall

Intel preparing no fewer than six new processors for laptop for the fourth quarter of 2010, according to a roadmap (roadmap) on which an American colleague put his hand. These new successors to previous chip from family Arrandale.

The founder of Santa Clara including the launch Core i7-660M, a double heart 2.8GHz to 3.46 GHz and culminating in Turbo mode for a TDP always capped at 35 W.

We also find the Core i5-i5-560M, and 580 million, only the operating frequency Turbo distinguishable. Actually they reported both a base frequency of 2.66 GHz, but a Turbo 3.2GHz frequency for the first and 3.33 GHz respectively. With a TDP less likely, although still unknown, the first may well be content with a cooling system less efficient.

The fourth quarter also mark the sale of new chips at low and ultra low voltage. The Core i7-i7-680UM 660UM and would offer a higher rate compared to their predecessors. Their basic frequencies pass respectively to 1.33 and 1.46 GHz, frequency in Turbo mode to 2.13 and 2.53 GHz for a TDP of only 18 W.

The Core i7-660LM would finally offer a compromise with a base frequency of 2.26 GHz and a TDP of 25 W.

Follow from the first quarter of 2011 the first chip code-named Huron River adopting the Sandy Bridge architecture next. These chips will add such support of WiMAX, the Widi (Wireless Display) and Bluetooth in the lap of torque processor and chipset.

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