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    Default Ivy Bridge Mobile computers Look-up

    In Search of the Elusive 35W Ivy Bridge Quad-Core



    Prior to this year's IDF, Intel told its partners that Ivy Bridge would be available in a quad-core mobile variant with a 35W TDP. This was particularly exciting news as it meant OEMs could design even smaller quad-core notebooks, potentially even getting four Ivy Bridge cores into something the size of a 13-inch MacBook Pro.

    The most recent Ivy Bridge roadmap leaks however haven't mentioned anything about a 35W quad-core part. Kristian hypothesized that the missing 35W CPUs may be OEM only and we might just have to bide our time before they show up.

    Today, VR-Zone identified a handful of unlisted OEM-only mobile IVB parts that may be the elusive 35W quad-cores we've been looking for. The Core i7-361x series (3610, 3612, 3615 - QE/QM suffixes) are all supposed to run at either 2.1GHz or 2.3GHz (down from 2.6 - 2.9GHz with the standard 45W parts) and feature a 6MB L3 cache. The significantly lower base clock is normally indicative of a lower TDP, which lends credibility to the theory that these are the missing 35W parts. Despite the lower base clock, turbo is supported at up to 3.1GHz or 3.3GHz depending on the CPU.

    We're still waiting to see an official-looking Intel document confirming this, but given VR-Zone's track record with Intel roadmap leaks I'd say this is a promising start.


    Details of embedded and OEM mobile Ivy Bridge CPUs
    Last week VR-Zone leaked several slides with specifications of Intel Ivy Bridge mobile processors, and the slides revealed that Ivy Bridge lineup will include three quad-core chips, Core i7-3720QM, i7-3820QM and i7-3920XM. More recent VR-Zone story stated that there will be three additional quad-core models for OEM market: Core i7-3610QM, i7-3612QM and i7-3615QM. These processors will have 6 MB L3 cache, and they are going to be clocked lower, than i7-37xx and i7-38xx. VR-Zone article suggested that these three models will have 35 Watt Thermal Design Power.
    We don't have any information on i7-361xQM mobile OEM parts. Coincidentally, we have information on three embedded Ivy Bridge CPUs, dubbed as Core i7-3610QE, i7-3612QE and i7-3615QE. While these embedded chips have longer life support, and may include additional reliability features, like support for ECC memory, their main characteristics look very similar to OEM mobile Core i7s.
    According to our sources, Core i7-2610QE operates at 2.3 GHz, and can be clocked as high as 3.1 GHz when all cores are active, or up to 3.3 GHz with one active core. The CPU incorporates Hyper-Threading and Vpro technologies. It also integrates HD 4000 graphics with 650 MHz base frequency, and supports DDR3-1600 memory. Like i7-3720QM and i7-3820QM, this SKU has 45 Watt TDP. The chip will be produced in socket G2 compatible micro-PGA package.

    Core i7-3615QE is very similar to i7-3610QE, except that it supports ECC memory, and is manufactured in BGA package. This SKU also has 45 Watt TDP.

    Model i7-3612QE comes with lower 2.1 GHz clock speed, and, lower, up to 3.1 GHz, Turbo Boost frequency. This product will work with ECC memory, and it will be available in BGA package. This is the only embedded quad-core processor that will fit into 35 Watt thermal envelope.
    As you can see from the specifications, features of embedded Ivy Bridge quad-cores match features of i7-3610QM, i7-3612QM and i7-3615QM microprocessors, that were disclosed by VR-Zone. We suspect that certain missing features of mobile processors in VR-Zone's article, like TDP and packaging, will also match.
    Details of Core i7-36xxQM and i7-36xxQE microprocessors are summarized in the table below:
    Core i7-3610QE 4 8 2.3 GHz 3.3 GHz 6 MB Socket G2 45 Watt
    Core i7-3610QM 4 8 2.3 GHz 3.3 GHz 6 MB Socket G2 45 Watt
    Core i7-3612QE 4 8 2.1 GHz 3.1 GHz 6 MB BGA1023 35 Watt
    Core i7-3612QM 4 8 2.1 GHz 3.1 GHz 6 MB BGA1023 35 Watt
    Core i7-3615QE 4 8 2.3 GHz 3.3 GHz 6 MB BGA1023 45 Watt
    Core i7-3615QM 4 8 2.3 GHz 3.3 GHz 6 MB BGA1023 45 Watt
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    wow, impressive TDP! So Long battery life!

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    4 Cores and 8 Threads, a friend of mine owns a laptop from Acer that runs with i3 2310 2 Cores and runs 4 threads.Obviously this is too much to spend for.

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