In order to meet such requirements Intel also had to increase the current for such CPUs, and that is an explanation why the most of current mainboards will not be able to work with Intel Prescott processors. For instance, the original Prescott 3.60GHz was intended to work with 78A IcccMax, whereas the real version will only be able to function with current increased to 91A.
91 amps! assuming they run a 1.4v vcore (i am not sure what it will be) the 3.6ghz cpu will draw 127.4 watts that is quite a lot!
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