Rumor: Haswell-ULX is the codename of future SoC 10W TDP Intel Haswell
We know that Intel is developing its future SoC based on Haswell microarchitecture with 10W TDPs from , which we assumed was trying to lower frequency variants of Haswell SoC-ULT, but from SemiAccurate report that it will be a completely new line of Haswell-denominated products ULX.
Future SoC-ULX Haswell will be a little different from Haswell SoC-ULT, because quite apart from its various TDP (10W and 15W Haswell, Haswell ULX-ULT) and different operating frecuancias, new Haswell-ULX incorporate the technology Crystalwell ie EDRAM 128MB 512-bit dedicated to integrated graphics GT3, feature responsible for their lower consumption .
Haswell-ULX not exactly inexpensive, and apparently it would have been the reason for the angry comments Ultrabooks many manufacturers about the absurdity of their possible price .
Link: Intel ULV to split up with Haswell (SemiAccurate)Tags: 22nm, CPU, Crystallwell, Denlow, gt3, Haswell-ULX, igp, intel, microprocessor, processor, soc, ultrabook, ULX, x86