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Monday, 29 November 2010 10:45

Intel's Sandy Bridge shows up in notebooks

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Acer, Gateway and Lenovo

Although it is still more than a month away, Intel's Sandy Bridge quad-core Core i7-2630QM mobile processor has already appeared in a couple of of notebooks.

The Acer Aspire 5750, an unnamed Gateway model and Lenovo's IdeaPad Y560P are just the first of many models that will eventually show up with Intel's mobile Sandy Bridge CPUs. The noted CPU works at 2GHz and should be paired up with the HM65 chipset in most cases.

Some of the notebooks are paired up with Mobility Radeon HD 6550 or HD 6570 graphics that look like a simple replacement for the HD 5500 series.

Of course, we are talking about first listings and of course, Intel will officially announce these at CES 2011.

More here.

Last modified on Monday, 29 November 2010 11:34
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+2 #1 BigSecret 2010-11-29 14:41
This CPU (Core i7-2630QM, quad-core, 2GHz) was not present in the earlier leak:

http://www.computerbase.de/news/hardware/prozessoren/intel/2010/august/neue-roadmap-sandy-bridge-entschluesselt/

What is going on?
 
 
-9 #2 DJDestiny 2010-11-29 16:33
What ? 2ghz only ? What is intel doing .
This is a quad core , even so , it needs more then 2ghz .
AMD Definitely had a 2.3 GHz Black Edition Notebook part .
 
 
+5 #3 Regenweald 2010-11-29 18:19
The current mobile i7 quad is 1.7 Ghz and destroys. A better more efficient arch on a smaller process at lower wattage disappoints you ? A mobile quad core part at 2Ghz is phenomenal. Clock speed is not everything. How much gets done per clock cycle is of much more importance.
 
 
-3 #4 yasin 2010-11-29 18:48
major benefit i see is that 2Ghz wont get the laptop too hot.anyway, i don't think these are gaming pc's.still will be expensive though.
 
 
-4 #5 DJDestiny 2010-11-30 05:52
Quoting Regenweald:
The current mobile i7 quad is 1.7 Ghz and destroys. A better more efficient arch on a smaller process at lower wattage disappoints you ? A mobile quad core part at 2Ghz is phenomenal. Clock speed is not everything. How much gets done per clock cycle is of much more importance.


If not why AMD would be smart to implement a BE part ? it starts from 2.1 .
 

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