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CES 2010 roundup of the day

Posted on Tuesday, January 19 2010 @ 01:03:44 CET by

2010 CES: Intel @ OCIA
"Dropping to 32nm means a smaller overall die, allowing Intel to fit more transistors onto the chip, ultimately making it run faster, cooler and with more features while requiring less power to operate. For desktop users / overclockers, this means lower chips and hopefully higher clock speeds when pushed to the limit. In mobile applications, we can expect better battery life without sacrificing performance."



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