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Monday, 09 May 2011 11:02

Intel Sandy Bridge put to the test - Power-Consumption

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Review:
Intel's new generation sees the light

 

Power-Consumption:

The new CPUs do not really use less power but about the same as their predecessors but with much more juice. This shows especially in CPU-intensive scenarios. As always the TDP will not be reached even with full load. At 4GHz and no changes to the VCore, the i7-2600K is the most efficient.

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The better efficency shows with CineBench:

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