Anandtech has specifications for different versions of the Sandy Bridge chips
Intel unveiled the Sandy Bridge processor at the Intel Developer Forum. It is Intel’s second-generation Core processor and will feature integration of all the critical capabilities for computing, Otellini said, including, CPU, graphics, as well as power management.
* The Sandy Bridge goes beyond the thermal limit which allows “turbo boost” (overclocking) capability to be extended to more than one core. The CPU and GPU can be “turboed” separately.
* Intel will deliver 25 times faster graphics than in 2007
* Sandy Bridge will be available in 35-watt and 45-watt desktop versions and will enter the entry-level server market in 2011.
* Sandy Bridge chips will be built using Intel’s 32-nanometer process
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