Monday, January 3, 2011

PCs with Intel Sandy Bridge in 2011

Intel has completed certified its latest line of CPUs, called "second-generation Core micro architecture" and code-named "Sandy Bridge."

Now they will allow Intel's manufacturer partners to show computers made with the chip. The latest technology was designed for the users of both desktop and laptop computers.

The Intel chips are planned to allow the personal computers to perform a wide range of activities and also consuming less power compared to the pervious versions.

A separate chip would not be needed for gaming and video editing due to the Sandy Bridge's graphics system modification.


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