New Intel Technology improves processor overclocking

In a few years, Intel will master a new technology that will make it easier to accelerate processors by overclocking (increasing the clock frequency above normal values).

The new development becomes clear from the conversation of the German enthusiast Der8auer with Intel specialists. We are talking about the PowerVia technology, which provides for placing all the power wiring of the processors on the back of the silicon wafer.

Intel experts do not disclose exactly how the technology will be implemented, but they argue that the innovation will improve the energy efficiency of the company’s future processors.

In particular, with the advent of PowerVia, processors will be able to overclock better, because overclocking is usually accompanied by an increase in voltage, which means that certain difficulties arise.

At the moment, there are no more details about the technology. PowerVia is expected to hit Intel processors in about 3 years.

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Alexandr Ivanov earned his Licentiate Engineer in Systems and Computer Engineering from the Free International University of Moldova. Since 2013, Alexandr has been working as a freelance web programmer.
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