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Originally Posted by just_nuke_em View Post

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he was talking about one of those unstable elements
just because there are more protons doesnt mean its more heat conductive

i doube anything will come out of this for us tho
25A is relatively low for a microprocessor, since the wattage= volt*amps
so an ivy bridge processor would need 77w/1-1.2v
which is a lot higher than 25A
 
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post #12 of 163
Looks like Intel will be implementing Near-Threshold Voltage sooner-rather-than-later.

Read: http://www.realworldtech.com/near-threshold-voltage/
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post #13 of 163
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he was talking about one of those unstable elements
just because there are more protons doesnt mean its more heat conductive
i doube anything will come out of this for us tho
25A is relatively low for a microprocessor, since the wattage= volt*amps
so an ivy bridge processor would need 77w/1-1.2v
which is a lot higher than 25A
Except ivy bridge isn't haswell. Maybe we're in for some 30w quad cores?
post #14 of 163
The 25A rating is listed under the heading "Each Power Cell" on the slide. There are 20 cells in the power cell architecture.
I can't imagine the 25A is the total amperage output as this is only 30W @1.2V, so is the total output 20*25A, or more likely, something less than that due to thermal limits?
 
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This will spell the death of top end overclocking boards, the only differentiations now is the features.
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This will spell the death of top end overclocking boards, the only differentiations now is the features.

Not like top end boards really help with overclocking at the moment anyways. Most mid level boards will overclock the exact same, the top end boards are essentially for extra features and capabilities.
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Not like top end boards really help with overclocking at the moment anyways. Most mid level boards will overclock the exact same, the top end boards are essentially for extra features and capabilities.

Yea not even really. MY gigabyte z68 has 3 pcie 3.0 slots, supports ivy and has a 4+2+2 vrm. sure not an 8+2 but still good. Also has chip-set heat sinks as well as front panel usb, usb3.0 and sata 3. Also supports UEFI. I consider this mid-lower mid level. Spending 2x the price for a board would yield me limited benefits. This things gets my 2500k to 5ghz @ 1.46v, so im happy.
post #19 of 163
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Except ivy bridge isn't haswell. Maybe we're in for some 30w quad cores?

for microservers, tablets, phones and tvs maybe
not for high end desktops..earlier on in the year they already told us they were making 160w server parts, so chances are desktop parts will have at least 50w tdp(prolly 77-95, tbh)
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Unobtainium is a fictional element invented by comics...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unobtainium


if you do read that wikipedia article carefully(even the first paragraph) you would notice this sentence
"he word unobtainium is derived from unobtainable + -ium (the suffix for a number of elements). It pre-dates the similar-sounding IUPAC systematic element names, such as Ununoctium."
the name is derived the same way the derive names for those unstable elements, it's not exactly my fault for mixing it up, considering the fact that the name it self was derived to mimic one of the newer, unstable synthetic materials.
 
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I wonder if their new, upcoming Atom architecture will use those integrated VRMs.
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