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The successor to Intel's current Nehalem CPU architecture, code-named Sandy Bridge, will offer better graphics and aggressive power management
Reducing the CPU speed is an important part of power management in modern laptop computers. In fact, running the CPU at a lower speed not only saves power, it reduces the heat production, which reduces the need for the cooling fan to run, saving even more power, and making the laptop itself feel less "hot" or "warm" to the touch (or to your lap).
The Pentium 4 6xx-series sees Intel finally entering 64-bit desktop CPU market. The new chips also offer improved power management (EIST) and memory overflow protection (XD bit).
Nvidia has introduced a new technology for its graphic chips for notebooks that extends battery life via a flexible power-management system. According to the company, its PowerMizer technology can reduce power consumption by more than four watts when notebooks are running graphics applications. PowerMizer lowers energy consumption by reducing CPU load and saving power within the graphics subsystem. In the maximum battery setting, the company said, the average graphics power consumption is 0.5 watt for standard office applications.
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