Intel’s 2nd Generation Core processors just Announced(29 of them)

Surprise Surprise!!! Intel just announced 29 new Cpu’s(GPUS) for 2011!! You know there new sandy bridge processors that we have all be waiting for!!! Well they have just released details about them all and its starting to look like we are all in for a treat!!

The new 32nm microarchitecture is want makes these new CPU’s stand out, Well that and the fact they have the processor, memory controller and graphics all right there on the same die, That means not only is its a small package but also each part can take advantage of the other for the better!! According to Intel, the new HD 2000 and 3000 processor graphics provide 2x the performance of Capella-based systems. Intel have all stated they have improved its Turbo Boost and Hyper-threading technologies such that the new chips enable higher levels of CPU performance as well — up to a 60 percent improvement with quad-core mobile CPUs.

As you can see from the picture above, Intel aren’t pulling any punches with there new architecture, There is a lot of new things heading are way and Intel are trying to cover as much ground as they can, The features and abilites of these processors will vary depending on the category, They are also set to ship and different intervals with the Quad Core set to head out first and the Dual Core being released in February, The Ultra-low voltage are set for the second half of 2011.

While it will be interesting to see the new abilties of these processors, The main thing is to see what companies will be offering next week at C.E.S, My guess is there will be a massive amount of new Desktop, Laptops announced nezt week which will have a lovely new Sandy bridge processors attached!! I for one can’t wait to see what they have in store!! Check out below for all the details on the new processors from Intel!!!

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