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Centaur Technologies Tour - Making The Via Nano CPU  - Centaur Technologies Tour - Making The Via Nano CPU
Mon, June 30 2008 | 9:02AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"At this test station these two individuals were individually testing Nano processors at various speeds and temperatures to see if they pass stress testing. If you are curious what Centuar was testing you are in luck. Centaur was checking to see if the VIA Nano CPU's were stable at 1.8GHz at three different temperatures (85C, 5C and then 25C)with 1.1V on production platforms. The processors that pass testing at this stage move along to become VIA Nano L2100 processors, which are the 1.8GHz processors. I was able to see VIA Nano processors get speed binned right in front my eyes..."
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