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Intel Sandy Bridge quad-cores to have 65W to 95W TDPs

Posted on Monday, February 15 2010 @ 14:53:10 CET by


FUD Zilla heard Intel's upcoming 32nm Sandy Bridge quad-core processors will have 65W to 95W TDP, while all dual-cores will be 65W or less.
Intel plans to introduce regular, non-low voltage dual-cores with a 65W TDP and the quad cores will fit the 65W to 95W TDP. Current Core i5 and Core i3 dual-cores in the desktop market are at rated at 73W TDP, while the Core i5 and Core i7 Lynfield quad-core based CPUs are between 82 and 130W TDP.

With this in mind, 95W quad-core with integrated graphics doesn’t sounds so bad and 65W with graphics definitely sounds attractive, as it can offer a lot of performance with a reasonable TDP.




 



 

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