Intel unveils its tech treasures

Intel unveils its tech treasures

Summary: From the world's biggest heatsink to an almost-functioning fuel cell, the chipmaker has lifted the lid on its research and development work at the Intel Developer Forum

TOPICS: Processors

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  • The world's fastest quad core, running at 5.56GHz, thanks to that big black pipe connected to...

  • ... the world's biggest heatsink. Closely resembling the cooling system on a Morris 1100, this beast keeps the CPU at around -160°C. Laptop version: not pictured.

Topic: Processors

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