Intel Nehalem uses LGA 1366 - new VRM guidelines

Posted on Friday, Mar 02 2007 @ 17:48 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
VR-Zone reports Intel released new VRM power design guidelines for its future LGA 1366 Nehalem processors.
The latest VRM design guide is updated from 11.0 to 11.1 with addition of output current "Iout" feature to support LGA1366 processors, Power on Configuration (POC) and Market Segment Identification (MSID) functions muxed onto VID lines during power up, Power State Indicator Input (PSI#) added, single step D-VID added for C-state entry and exit. Features removed from VRM 11.1 are VID_Select, VR-Fan and VR10 VID.

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