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Intel Huron River quad-core promises same battery life as dual-core Calpella

Posted on Friday, October 01 2010 @ 19:55:41 CEST by


FUD Zilla claims the quad-core Sandy Bridge parts in Intel's Huron River platform will offer pretty good battery life, the site heard these chips will offer almost identical battery life as dual-core Calpella based systems.
This is something that we’ve learned and seen with our own eyes and even big 15-inch workstation class notebooks with-quad cores should run for about four to five hours. Naturally there will be a dual-core version of Sandy Bridge that will be even more power aware, so you will see some great battery life from dual-cores, more than eight hours is definitely possible on select configurations.




 



 

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