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Intel shifts future Core processors into turbo mode - PCstats.com Intel shifts future Core processors into turbo mode
Thu, August 21 2008 | 5:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Pat Gelsinger, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's Digital Enterprise Group discussed new features of the company's next-generation processor family including a new turbo mode that shifts the processor into a higher gear for increased performance without a heat penalty. The company's first desktop PC chips branded Intel Core i7 processors and initial energy-efficient, high-performance server products (codenamed Nehalem-EP) will be first to production. Intel is also planning to manufacture a second server derivative designed for the expandable sever market (Nehalem-EX), and desktop (Havendale and Lynnfield) and mobile (Auburndale and Clarksfield) client versions in the second half of 2009. The next-generation Core microarchitecture also features Intel Hyper-Threading Technology delivering up to 8-threaded performance capability on four cores in the initial versions and best-in-class memory bandwidth thanks to the new QuickPath Interconnect. QuickPath is a technology that connects processors, chipsets and memory together, and delivers up to three times the memory bandwidth of previous generation Core microarchitecture solutions.

Perlmutter also introduced the company's second-generation dual-core mobile processors for increasingly popular ultra thin and light notebook PCs. He also outlined upcoming mobile platform enhancements including the Intel high-performance SATA Solid-State Drive (SSD) product line for faster system responsiveness, lower power consumption and rugged, reliable operation and available later this year, Intel anti-theft Technology, which features intelligent hardware-based detection and response mechanisms that enable IT managers or service providers to disable the platform and/or access to data in case of loss or theft.

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