Intel Dynamic Acceleration Technology For Meroms

Merom T7700, the T7500, the T7300 and the T7100 will have IDA, which stands for Intel Dynamic Acceleration. It allows extra performance without adding anything to the bill of materials (BOM) and also keeps to 35W for standard voltage, 17W for low voltage and 10W for ultra low voltage chips. Intel claims that when single threaded apps or multi-threaded apps with extended serial code are executed, IDA gives additional performance benefits. Intel will add support for a graphics render clock frequency for its Crestline GM chipset within current power ratings. The GFX-500MHz will give better performance and is aimed at satisfying the demands of Microsoft Vista Aero. The 13.5W Merom standard voltage chips with an 800MHz system bus will support 500MHz and 400MHz frequencies.


Merom T7700, the T7500, the T7300 and the T7100 will have IDA, which stands for Intel Dynamic Acceleration. It allows extra performance without adding anything to the bill of materials (BOM) and also keeps to 35W for standard voltage, 17W for low voltage and 10W for ultra low voltage chips. Intel claims that when single threaded apps or multi-threaded apps with extended serial code are executed, IDA gives additional performance benefits. Intel will add support for a graphics render clock frequency for its Crestline GM chipset within current power ratings. The GFX-500MHz will give better performance and is aimed at satisfying the demands of Microsoft Vista Aero. The 13.5W Merom standard voltage chips with an 800MHz system bus will support 500MHz and 400MHz frequencies.

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