[CPU]What is the different between Turbo Boost and Burst?

Turbo Boost is a feature of some high-end Intel processors that allows the processor to run at a higher clock speed than advertised as long as the processor is below its TDP limits .

Burst, however, is a feature of their somewhat low-end Intel processors (low-cost Pentiums, Celerons, those in the Atom series) that also allows the processor to run at a higher clock speed than advertised, but only for a short period of time. This is usually activated automatically when the CPU is on a high load.

And as such most
Turbo Boost is a feature of some high-end Intel processors that allows the processor to run at a higher clock speed than advertised as long as the processor is below its TDP limits .

Burst, however, is a feature of their somewhat low-end Intel processors (low-cost Pentiums, Celerons, those in the Atom series) that also allows the processor to run at a higher clock speed than advertised, but only for a short period of time. This is usually activated automatically when the CPU is on a high load.

And as such most laptop and desktop parts have the turbo boost while the lower end mobile processors have the burst technology
laptop and desktop parts have the turbo boost while the lower end mobile processors have the burst technology