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Friday, 24 April 2009 11:21

Many Core 2 Duos for notebooks are EOL

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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All 65nm


Back in February Intel released a processor discontinuance notice about a few CPUs including T7250, T7100.

The first one is based on Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile T7250 and is clocked at 2x 2.00GHz. we are talking about a dual-Core 65nm Merom with a TDP of 34W. The second one works at 1.8GHz and the rest of the spec is as follows: Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile T7100 Sockel-P boxed, 2x 1.80GHz and both have 2MB cache.

Furthermore it wants to discontinue  U7700, U7600, U7500, U2200 and U2100. The first on the list is 65nm Core 2 Duo Ultra low voltage with 1.33GHz clock speed, 2MB cache and FSB 533 while the U7600 has the same spec and 1.2GHz clock speed and U7500 works at modest 1.06GHz.

Last two on the list are Intel Core 2 (Han) Solo Processor U2200, a single core, 65nm with 1MB cache and FSB 533MHz and last is Intel Core 2 Solo Processor U2100 with 1.06GHz. the U series will be replaced by 45nm brothers that can save a bit more power.

All these CPUs will reach their end of life status in April, so you won't be able to buy them from Intel as of the end of this month. 
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