Intel Unveils Their Fastest Mobile CPUs

"Intel have unveiled their fastest ever mobile processors, aimed at the high end market."

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Intel Clarksfield ProcessorIntel introduced their revolutionary Intel Core i7 and Intel Core i7 Extreme Edition Mobile Processors today, bringing the super-fast Nehalem microarchitecture to the mobile market. These processors, in addition to the new Intel PM55 Express Chipset, provide the best mobile experience for intense gaming, digital media, music and business applications that require high amounts of power. The chips also boost overall performance when using several of these applications simultaneously thanks to Hyper Threading and when using single threaded applications, processor clock speed is increased by up to 75% to deal with higher workloads.
 
OEM pricing for these chips is set at £650, £350 and £225 for the i7-920XM, i7-820QM and i7-720QM respectively. Expect to see mobile gaming systems based around these processors very soon, as the P55M chipset supports PCI express 2.0 x16 in a single card configuration, and x8 x8 in a dual card configuration.
 
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17-09-2009, 12:54:42

PeterStoba
The flagship card of the latest Radeon range shows up a week earlier than expected.

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17-09-2009, 14:32:07

monkey7
Salland automatisering, w000t!

Needs a price drop for my poor bank account though :( Just holding out without a job until my job placement in the second half this year, this should be the first major thing I'll buy :p

17-09-2009, 21:29:38

iceie
I saw online about some test done against the gtx 295 and it shows that whipped gtx 295 in single card mode. I really don't believe that. but the price for that is reasonable

17-09-2009, 21:56:00

I Hunta x

I saw online about some test done against the gtx 295 and it shows that whipped gtx 295 in single card mode. I really don't believe that. but the price for that is reasonable



mhmm from what ive seen its about on par with the 295

18-09-2009, 08:06:07

Rastalovich
Thought this was good:

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18-09-2009, 10:49:43

Ham
Theoretically it looks like it could be pretty impressive looking at those figures. But we'll have to reserve judgement until samples tbh.

18-09-2009, 11:00:43

monkey7
Yep, certainly looking forward to benchmarks on this one :yumyum: Might advise / build a rig for a friend with this card soon after release.
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