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Monday, 09 May 2011 11:02

Intel Sandy Bridge put to the test - Undervoltage

Written by Eliot Kucharik
i3i5i7_small recommended08_75

Review:
Intel's new generation sees the light

 

Undervoltage:

It's quite useless to reduce the VCore with these CPUs. Even a quite massive drop by 0.1V decreases power just by about 8W. So the CPU equates lower VCore with increased current.

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