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Intel Announces New SU2700 CPU, GS40 Chipset

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June 2, 2009 9:16:15 AM

Since the next Atom will include a bunch of crap on Die, Nvidia should revamp the Ion for this processor, since the lack of processing power was the bottleneck with the Atom.
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June 2, 2009 11:11:43 AM

I like they estimate their 10 watt cpu can work for 7 hours with 57 watt hours.
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June 2, 2009 11:15:59 AM

LeJayI like they estimate their 10 watt cpu can work for 7 hours with 57 watt hours.


Lol, good catch!

Obviously they're assuming there's a lot of basic app usage involved where the thermal design drops below 10 watts.
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June 2, 2009 12:51:58 PM

@LeJay 10W is the maximum consumption @100% CPU load. Under normal conditions no one uses a netbook several hours with the CPU @100%. You do not buy a netbook to do h.264 encoding. It will take forever.

Therefore, under normal conditions, (with an average CPU load of 10%) this guy should not take more the 1-2W.
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June 2, 2009 1:14:05 PM

Hmmm. 2 watts for the CPU, but what about LCD, hard drive,wireless, chipset, and other components surly equals to around 10-12 watts. 7 hours maybe at idle, with screen brightness at low doing nothing. Maybe :) 
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June 2, 2009 2:09:27 PM

This is for people into 'Hyper-watting'. Like hyper-miling, they strive to see how long they can go on battery for. Both are merely for bragging rights. I mean, what sane person would turn their car OFF when they're going down a hill?
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June 2, 2009 2:17:01 PM

andesssdhI mean, what sane person would turn their car OFF when they're going down a hill?

I take my car out of gear when going down hills. I don't really see how turning your car off would help, considering you'd have to expend energy to start it again.
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June 2, 2009 5:45:25 PM

I like low-power netbooks, but the sacrifice in performance is just too much for me.

Though it would be nice to say, have a satellite net connection via USB and a 500WHr backup UPS. Power goes out while you're in the middle on nowhere, and you still have net access for days. :) 
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June 2, 2009 9:29:40 PM

Intel: We cleared out 945 stockpile out finally!
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June 2, 2009 9:49:22 PM

TindytimSince the next Atom will include a bunch of crap on Die, Nvidia should revamp the Ion for this processor, since the lack of processing power was the bottleneck with the Atom.


not possible under current contracts and there's a huge dispute over this in courts as we speak. nvidia only has license to create chipsets for x86 where the memory controller is not integrated.
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June 2, 2009 9:49:46 PM

into the CPU... er.. now i'm wishing there was an edit button too...
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July 3, 2009 7:19:56 PM

I don't get it, so is the SU2700 a tiny dual core, or is this a single core?
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November 17, 2009 3:33:41 PM

2700 = single core
4100 = dual core
see intel site for numbering scheme
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