Futurology: Intel SoC Haswell-ULT have a TDP of 15W
For several months it is known that the successor of current microprocessors Ivy Bridge-ULV Ultrabooks shall codenamed Haswell-ULT and will consist of x86-based dual-core micro-architecture Haswell with a graphic module GT3 and a chip apart, but within the same substrate chipset-LP Lynx Point.
Although the design of Haswell-ULT is not an actual soc (design is not integrated into a single chip), is undoubtedly the closest thing to a SoC that intel will launch next year for the segment of the laptop PC.
According to data we have VR-Zone, Haswell-TDP of just 15W ULT is a great improvement over the TDP of Ivy Bridge-ULV (17W), which along with his Panther Point chipset (6.3W) account for 23.3 W. This low TDP along with Intel integrated design will allow greatly simplify the design of future Ultrabooks third generation, reducing manufacturing costs and perhaps offering more features.
Link: Mobile CPU Haswell 2013 Lineup – Power Sippers to Guzzlers (VR-Zone)Tags: 15W, 22nm, CPU, gt3, Haswell, Haswell-ULT, igp, intel, Lynx Point-LP, microprocessor, processor, soc, TDP, ultrabook