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New VIA Eden and Eden ULV Fanless Processors

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  1. malware New Member

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    VIA Technologies, a leading innovator and developer of silicon chip technologies and PC platform solutions, today announced the new fanless VIA Eden processor family with the VIA V4 bus, including the ultra low voltage VIA Eden ULV processors that offer unbeatable power efficiency in design and performance within the compact nanoBGA2 package of 21mm x 21mm . Useing the advanced VIA CoolStream architecture and 90nm manufacturing, the new 1GHz VIA Eden ULV processor has an incredibly low maximum design power (TDP) of just 3.5 watts and the 1.5GHz part of just 7.5 watts. The new VIA Eden processor boasts competitive write bandwidth and linear ordering modes, as well as MMX, SSE2 and SSE3 support for enhanced multimedia performance, and 128KB of both L1 and L2 on-die cache. The new VIA Eden processor line is shipping now.

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    hmmmm...slap a heat sink in it and crank up the mhz would it game well?
     
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    Probably not. Especially with the 128KB L2 cache. But who knows, maybe they follow the same trend as the Pentium Ms?
     
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    r u guys joking or ... !

    u wanna play with this things ; WHAT

    . btw zaam what do u think about cache !
     
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    well if u read it right it has 128kb Lvl 1 & 2 cache. it would prolly game as well as an old celeron then then again ive oc'ed the hell out of mine (2.7@3.5) and it kept up with my P4 3ghz. so who knows i guess all that matters is if u can get a decent chipset.
     

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