Intel processor with 22 nanometer technology

Intel processor
Intel processor

Recently, Intel confirmed the latest processor with 22 nanometer technology called Valley View (VWV). This recent device will add to the ranks of advanced processors made ​​by Intel.

As quoted from DailyTech,(March 24, 2012), the latest generation of Intel atom is part of a platform called the Balboa Pier, as the successor to the Cedarview, which is one of Intel's mobile platform today. This processor does not seem to use PowerVR graphics like other generations of Cedar Trail.

The new processors will use the integrated Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) from Intel that are found in the Ivy Bridge technology that delivers the performance of 20 to 50 percent faster than the GPU in Sandy Bridge.

According to the analysis of the graphics driver, it was revealed that VWV will feature Turbo Mode feature, although its application will vary with the 22 nanometer technology, such as Ivy Bridge and Haswell. VWV processor will also support up to four core (core), has 8GB of DDR3 memory and USB 3.0.

In addition, Valley View processor will also introduce something called Pondischerry memory arbiter with one additional kernel patch. This processor will also support two DisplayPort panel, High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) output and interrupt the new architecture.

Intel seems to seriously working on these new processors. The processor giant is reportedly ready to release the tablet device. On the other hand, the competitor Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is also open-source support launched the Southern Islands (GPU family) and Trinity APU (Accelerated Processing Units).
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