Intel readies new CPUs Ivy Bridge and Haswell-ULV-ULT with TDPs of 10W and 13W
Just yesterday we came a rumor suggesting that Intel was developing new Ivy Bridge chip ultra low power for tablets , and although it is not clear if it has something to do with this, but today we learned that Intel is developing new Ivy Bridge microprocessors- ULV with TDPs of 10W and 13W.
The new Intel microprocessors break the barrier of existing sub 17W Ivy Bridge-ULV for Ultrabooks, adding dual-core models with TDPs of 10W (Pentium 2129U) and 13W (Core i3-3229U, core i3-3339U, 3439U and Core i5- Core i7-3669U), all designed with BGA-1023 contacts, like the rest of Ivy Bridge-ULV microprocessors.
Here is a table with the specifications of the new microprocessors:
As expected, there will also microprocessor-ULT Haswell (Haswell for Ultrabooks) with TDPs of 10W, a figure below the 15W Intel reported by a few months , but it is assumed that unlike Ivy Bridge-ULV, maybe 10W TDP are not limited to the pentium product line but also Core i3/i5/i7 Ultrabooks fourth generation.
It is expected that the new Ivy Bridge ULV 10W-13W and make their appearance early next year, but still unknown release date of future Haswell-10W ULT.
Link: Vor “Haswell” noch sparsamere “Ivy Bridge” geplant? (Update 2) (Computerbase)Tags: 10W, 13W, 2129U, BGA-1023, core, CPU, Haswell-ULT, i3-3229U, i3-3339U, i5-3439U, i7-3669U, Ivy Bridge-ULV, microprocessor, pentium, processor, soc, TDP, ultrabook