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5th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors Based on the Mobile U-Processor Line. Install the HD graphics drivers for Microsoft Windows* Embedded (and variants) and Windows 7/8/ (bit). v supports 5th generation Intel® Core™ processors with Intel® HD Graphics or Intel. Aug 15,  · This package provides the Intel GMA HD/MHD Driver and is supported on OptiPlex and Latitude models that are running the following Windows Operating System: Windows 7 (bit). Get the latest driver Please enter your product details to view the latest driver . Driver: Windows 7, bit* Windows Vista 64* Latest: 2/19/ Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Windows 7* and Windows Vista* (exe) This download installs Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver version () for Intel® integrated graphics on Windows 7* and Windows Vista*. Driver: Windows.

 

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Driver: Windows 7, bit* Windows Vista 64* Latest: 2/19/ Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver for Windows 7* and Windows Vista* (exe) This download installs Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator Driver version () for Intel® integrated graphics on Windows 7* and Windows Vista*. Driver: Windows. Nov 17,  · Intel GMA driver for Windows I have a Thinkpad X with Intel GMA MHD onboard graphics. As of , it seems that Intel is no longer supporting this card and there is no official driver available for Windows 10 on the Intel website. Aug 15,  · This package provides the Intel GMA HD/MHD Driver and is supported on OptiPlex and Latitude models that are running the following Windows Operating System: Windows 7 (bit). Get the latest driver Please enter your product details to view the latest driver .
 
 
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New technology for cooling electronic devices, which sounded absolutely fantastic two years ago (“application of the effect of quantum tunneling for thermoelectric cooling”) when Cool Chips received US patent No. 6,417,060, apparently, will see the light of day in active cooling elements soon. The reason for the hopes for the imminent appearance of Cool Chips was the news that the company had acquired the plant and was going to master the production of prototypes. These elements in their appearance and execution will resemble the Pelte elements already known to everyone, but they will only work much more efficiently – about 45-55% (the efficiency of Pelte elements is less than 10%).

At first, the company refused to disclose where its plant is located, then it became known that it was somewhere in the Commonwealth of Independent States – the exact details are still kept secret “for security reasons”. The sources do not know exactly what is behind this, but they make assumptions: either representatives of a company based in Gibraltar somehow managed to infiltrate a closed military-industrial complex enterprise (by the way, the defense complex itself has recently become more open – in any case, participation foreign capital in production is no longer prohibited), or they are too afraid that their patented secrets will become the prey of competitors. There is, however, one more option – the company does not yet have any factory, and this is just a way to increase its value, because Cool Chips somehow suspiciously refused to inform about the timing of the start of deliveries, citing problems with “production and packaging”.

Let us briefly recall what we are talking about: the essence of the Cool Chips technology is to create a small gap that blocks the exchange of thermal electrons between the hot and cold conductors, however, small enough for the tunneling effect to occur. The thickness of the gap is no more than 10 nm, and the elements themselves (cm. photo) are made using vapor replacement processes in a vacuum, similar to those used in the semiconductor industry for metallization of conductors.

According to the company, each such element, roughly the size of a 1 Euro coin, will be able to dissipate 3 to 5 watts of thermal energy.

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