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Intel adds more Montevina naming schemes

Posted on Friday, January 11 2008 @ 14:34:33 CET by


DigiTimes heard Intel will add a couple of new segments to its naming scheme for the Montevina processors:
Intel originally had four segments to separate the TDP levels of its notebook CPUs: X for the extreme segment, CPUs that have a TDP over 40W, T for mobile high-performance at 20-39W, L for mobile high energy efficient at 12-19W, and U for mobile ultra-high energy efficient with a TDP less or equal to 11.9W.

Intel will add a P segment for power-optimized energy-efficient high-performance with a TDP between 20-29W in the updated naming scheme, which indicates that the original T segment will have its TDP range changed to between 30-39W, noted the sources.

The company will also add an S class of CPUs, with a smaller package size, aimed at small form factor products. There will be three segments under the S class: SP, SL and SU with TDP ranges of 20-29W, 12-19W and smaller or equal to 11.9W, respectively.

In addition, with Intel to launch quad-core CPU for its notebook platform in the third quarter this year, the company will use the same code as used in its desktop segment,Q, to denote these mobile quad-core CPUs.
Intel updated naming scheme for Montevina CPUs
CPU level Segment TDP range
QX Mobile or desktop quad-core extreme performance Over 40W
X Mobile or desktop dual-core extreme performance Over 40W
T Mobile highly energy efficient 30-39W
P Mobile power optimized energy efficient higher performance 20-29W
L Mobile highly energy efficient 12-19W
U Mobile ultra high energy efficient Less or equal to 11.9W
SP Mobile small package power optimized energy efficient higher performance 20-29W
SL Mobile small package highly energy efficient 12-19W
SU Mobile small package ultra high energy efficient Lessor equal to 11.9W




 






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Re: Intel adds more Montevina naming schemes
by Anonymous on Saturday, January 12 2008 @ 04:44:22 CET
Montevina needs

eSATA x2
Expresscard x2 (instead of 1)
dual Displayport for dual monitor control
USB x8
internal SATA x3 (dvd/hd1/hd2)
ddr3 1066 (800 isn't enough over 667)
minicard based sound (to alternate sound 'cards')
Docking connector that allows bypass of internal GPU to an external GPU




 

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