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Sunday, August 15, 2010

Intel's road map will push the exposure section 19 kinds of CPU next year

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August 15, according to foreign media reports, the network exposure Intel product line diagram of two slides revealed the Sandy Bridge Intel 2011 processor and solid-state drive product line expansion plans.

According to MacBidouille Web site, the road map unveiled in 2011 Intel introduced 19 models of all notebook and desktop computer processor. Front row in the list are "very low power" options, from 35 watts of 2.5GHz dual-core processor Core i3 to include 65-watt 2.5GHz Core i5 S, including some of the 4-core processors and Dell Latitude E6500 battery. Quad-core product line later in the highest is the Core i7 3.4GHz processor (with Turbo-boosted acceleration technology is 3.8GHz).

In notebook computers, in addition to existing product lines minor upgrade, there is no any too impressive product. Intel dual-core notebook processors will reach 2.5,2.6 and 2.7GHz (the first two is the i5, the back of the i7). Quad-core processors is still mainly used for desktop computers, because they are too much power, can not be used for portable notebook computers like Dell Latitude E6500 battery. However, a large desktop replacement notebooks are still very popular.

As for the solid-state hard drive, the road map Intel in the past only confirms what has been promised. Mainly after the autumn we will see the introduction of inexpensive Intel X25E hard disk (maximum capacity of 400GB) and the X25-M drive capacity up to 600GB. Other improvements include the X18-M drive capacity to 160GB and the introduction of a capacity of 80GB named "Soda Creek" of the PCI Express SS SSD.

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