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Intel going to introduce CPU with tiny solar cell

Sunday, September 18, 2011 0:10 No Comments

Intel yesterday showed off an experimental chip that it says cuts a processor’s power consumption so much that it could run on solar power. The Claremont processor is what the company calls a ‘near-threshold voltage processor’, meaning it can run on little more than the threshold voltage needed to turn on its transistors. It can cut energy consumption to under 10 milliwatts, says Intel, meaning a PC processor could handle a light workload with nothing more than a solar cell the size of a postage stamp. The chip’s based on the now rather venerable Pentium architecture, chosen because of the simpilcity of its design compared with today’s models. It was demonstrat

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Two Pakistani students win prize in Intel science fair – LOS ANGELES

Monday, May 16, 2011 5:26 No Comments

Mehwish Ghafoor and Ambreen Bibi has won the third place in Grand Prize in the field of environmental science at ISEF, United States. Each received $ 1,000 for developing a treatment that utilizes nanotechnology to make polluted water drinkable. LOS ANGELES: Young Pakistani students used Nanotechnology to clean polluted water and won Third Place Grand Award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in the United States. An announcement here on Saturday said that Ambreen Bibi and Mehwish Ghafoor of Islamabad won a Third Place Grand Award in the field of Environmental Sciences. It said that they received the award and $ 1,000 for developing a treatment that utilizes nan

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Intel’s Z68 LGA 1155 chipset comes on May 11th this year

Saturday, April 23, 2011 0:12 No Comments

Although it has already been rumoured for a May launch, we managed to confirm that Intel’s Z68 LGA 1155 chipset with Sandy Bridge support will launch on May 11. As noted, the Intel Z68 Express chipset supports Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors and will be marketed as a “performance overclocking chipset” that has support for CPU, memory, as well as processor graphics overclocking support. The Z68 can easily be considered as the tweaked P67 as it brings display outputs and RST SSD caching, while the rest of the specs are pretty much on par with the P67. Other thing that also seperates the Z68 from the P67 is LucidLogix’s Virtu graphics switching software t

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Intel Reveal’s New Core i7 990X Extreme Processor.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010 0:28 2 Comments

Intel has revealed and named its upcoming Extreme Processor, 990X which belongs to its Core i7 Extreme Family and will be released in Q1 2011. The processor will be slightly faster then the current fastest 980X Extreme Processor. The 990X Extreme Processor is based on the 6 Core Gulftown Architecture where as it was previously reported to be based on the 32Nm Sandy Bridge Architecture. The Gulftown core provides two more cores iver the four cores of the sandy bridge 32NM CPU’s. The Processor is clocked at a massive 3.46Ghz which is a 130Mhz more than the i7 980X which is clocked at 3.33Ghz. The Turbo boost feature will allow it to reach speeds of 3.76Ghz for each core. The proce

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