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 Jan 20, 2005 - 08:19 AM - by Michael
* Intel Gets Hotter

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The Register has word that Intel's next chip will run at a whopping 130 Watts.

According to the document, Smithfield will consume up to 130W and draw 125A of current up from the 115W and 119A specifications of the 5xx and upcoming 6xx series of single-core 90nm 'Prescott' P4s.

Smithfield will require more power than Intel's hottest burning CPU so far, the 1.6GHz Itanium 2, which has a TDP of 122W. The 3.46GHz P4 Extreme Edition consumes 116.7W.
Yow.

Remember when it was the AMD chips that people were complaining ran hot?
 

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