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Intel Cedarview-D Atom platform has sub-10W TDP

Posted on Monday, November 23 2009 @ 22:10:15 CET by


FUD Zilla reports Intel is shooting for a sub-10W TDP for the entire Cedarview-D platform that will be unveiled next year. The regular Pineview-D platform on the other hand will have TDPs between 12W and 15W.
This number should include the CPU as well as graphics and memory controllers, both integrated within the CPU, as well as the Tigerpoint NM10 Southbridge.

In the future, Intel's 2011 Atom platform hopes to achieve a dramatically lower TDP by some 40-percent less than the 2010 Pineview-D. Sources claim this will make the platform easier to cool and should drive the BOM (Bill of materials) cost further down.




 



 

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