Intel Prepares New Core SoCs fourth generation “Haswell-ULX” with a TDP of 9.5W
A couple of weeks ago intel introduced its new fourth-generation Core SoC: Haswell-ULT (for Ultrabooks and consists of two cores + IGP + PCH GT3 Lynx Point-LP) and Haswell-ULX â€‹â€‹(for Tablets and consists of two cores + IGP GT2 + Lynx Point PCH-LP) , the latter smaller and designed for high power boost tablets (tablets Intel standard and economy will be based on soc launched yet Valleyview-T variants available in Pentium, Celeron and Atom) .
The first-ULX Haswell SoC launched by Intel have a TDP of 11.5W and 6W SDP ( Scenario Design Power , the controversial new Intel measurement to measure the energy dissipated in watss of its microprocessors), but as he has discovered Seeking Alpha, Intel is also readying new Haswell-ULX â€‹â€‹with a TDP of 9.5W.
These new SoC to 9.5W possess one to two cores running at between 600 and 800MHz, graphics HD Graphics 4100 (80 shader processors grouped into 20 EUs) operate at between 200 and 850MHz.
It is still unclear when these new variants will be available Haswell SoC-ULX, but we assume that the first tablets based on their arrival at the end of this year.
Link: Intel Has A Secret Version Of Haswell (Seeking Alpha)
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