10-watt processors Intel Ivy Bridge: a breakthrough in energy efficiency




10-watt processors Intel Ivy Bridge: a breakthrough in energy efficiency

At this point in consumer technology is changing very rapidly: the performance of mobile devices is growing in proportion to the performance of processors. It should be noted that the choice of a tablet or ultrabook, which are now so popular, users are increasingly looking back in the direction of a good balance between performance and battery life.

On the market there are many high-performance notebooks and ultrabooks different manufacturers based on processor-based Intel Core i3, i5 or i7. By bidding on these, users benefit performance at the cost of battery operation. On the other hand there are mobile devices based on energy-efficient processors Atom , whose performance at the moment not all happy. There is a third option: you can wait for the high-performance processors with power consumption less than 10 watts, the company Intel was going to “roll out” to the market in the first quarter of 2013.

It is a party 22-nanometer chips based microarchitecture Ivy Bridge. This official said the company Intel. Is it real for all of us to be seen very soon.

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