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Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Featured, Hardware News |

Ivy Bridge-ULV microprocessor for the 2nd generation Ultrabooks tested

Ivy Bridge-ULV microprocessor for the 2nd generation Ultrabooks tested

The low-power which will enhance the Ultrabooks second-generation high-end is code-named Ivy Bridge-ULV and make its official debut in a few weeks (June 5). From Anandtech bring us a little preview of what we offer Ivy Bridge-ULV.

Ivy Bridge Intel Microprocessors-ULV versions come with consumption of between to (model dependent) with up to two x86 cores and integrated graphics Intel Graphics HD 4000 (GT2). Anandtech tested the second generation Ultrabook: Prime, which is based on a microprocessor based on the Ivy Bridge-core ULV (not reveal exactly which model it is but they say is the version with TDP of 17W), which compared with other recent notebooks and Ultrabooks first generation:

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offers a modest improvement in performance over-ULV Sandy Bridge, in almost the same percentage as that between their desktop versions (Ivy Bridge vs Sandy Bridge-DT-DT), but in performance graphic history is very different and Ivy Bridge-ULV offers a significant increase in performance.

We recommend reading the full Anadtech.

Link: ASUS Zenbook Prime (UX21A) Review: The First of the 2nd Gen Ultrabooks (Anandtech)

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