Sandy Bridge Update Boosts Games Performance By 37%

Sandy Bridge Update Boosts Games Performance By 37%

Ultrabook prototypes that are running on Ivy Bridge Ultra-Low-Voltage processors, at IDF 2011.

Intel has issued an update, which the company claims would increase performance of its HD integrated graphics on Sandy Bridge chips.

Their statement also states that the biggest gains are on the Ultra-Low-Voltage (ULV) processors, at 37%.

These ULV processors, are primarily used on super-slim and portable notebooks, like the sexy Samsung Series 9, or the Apple MacBook Air.

In the article found on PC World, the author also goes on to explain a bit on what the upcoming Ivy Bridge processors can do.

These next generation chips with their integrated graphics, can support videos of resolutions up to 4096 x 4096, much higher than today's standard 1920 x 1080.

To read more, please click here (Via PC World, Via Intel)

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