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Monday, 21 September 2009 12:35

Top Arrandale dual core to cost $332

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Core i7 branded

In Q1 2010 Intel plans to reveal its Core i7 and Core i5 branded Arrandales, 32nn dual-cores with IGP and it already has a few prices for it.


The top one branded as Core i7 620M is a dual-core with four-thread support and has 4MB cache and 2.66GHz core clock, and it should start selling for $322 at launch.

The runner up is Core i5 540M dual-core with four-thread support, 3MB cache and 2.53GHz clock and this one will sell for $257 wholesale price.

The last one in performance market is Core i5 520M and this one also has two cores and four thread support. It comes with 3MB of cache and 2.4GHz core clock and it should sell for $225 at launch. 

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