A CDE Definition
(Ultra Low Voltage) Electronic circuits that use very low voltage. To achieve lower voltage, CPU chips may be designed from the start as low-voltage devices, or they may be run at a speed lower than normal (underclocked). See CULV.
(Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) An Intel brand coined in 2009 for a variety of ultra low voltage (ULV) CPUs, including Pentium, Celeron, Core 2 Solo, Core 2 Duo and Atom chips.
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