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Tuesday, 08 September 2009 09:00

Lynnfield ist da - 7 Energieverbrauch

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review: Genial bei "under-voltaging"



Wie üblich haben wir auch den Energieverbrauch gemessen. Es kostet zwar Zeit den Unterschied zwischen C-States aktiviert (CS en) und C-States deaktiviert (CS dis) zu benchen und zu messen, aber wir denken, diese Information ist hilfreich. Wenn C-State deaktivert wird, verhindert es den "Tiefschlaf" der CPU. Wenn man die Standard-Spannung der CPU senkt, ist der Verlust verkraftbar. In dieser Disziplin schlägt sicher der i5 hervorragend, ist es doch die erste CPU, die der Effizient der Q9 Serie sehr nahe kommt.

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