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Saturday, January 14, 2012

How Does Intel Turbo Boost Work?

When a processor is tweaked without add-on hardware to run faster than its base configuration, the result is that instead of processing x number of instructions per second (for which the original design was built), it is now capable of handling x+n instructions per second. In simple terms, it's going to process much more and therefore, faster than what it was built for. Intel's trademarked Turbo Boost Technology enables higher performance by making available an

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