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Friday, 24 August 2007 12:02

Intel offers mobile 2.8 GHz OC chip

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Games Convention 07: X7900 is unlocked


Intel is getting very serious about mobile / notebook gaming and this week it finally decided to launch the X7900 mobile gaming CPU. IT works at 2.8 GHz, FSB 800 and has 4MB of cache and the best of all is that it can be overclocked.

This is the road that Intel wants to take and the chip doesn’t meet the 30W power envelope but it sits under 44W which should be ok for such a high performance chip. Notebooks powered with it will be good for gaming but we are sure that battery life will have to suck.


Now Intel desperately needs the multi threaded games.

 

 

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