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Monday, 27 August 2007 09:46

Mobile X7900 2.8 GHz dual core pictured

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Extreme notebook


We had a chance to spend some time and play world in conflict in soon to be announced notebook from a very big notebook manufacture and we can say that the notebook works well with X7900, 2.8GHz dual core.

The TDP of the card is 44W and the CPU Z claims that we were playing with ES which usually stands for Engineering sample.

The CPU works just fine and in the moment of our screenshot it worked at 1.2GHz while it dynamically increases the speed as soon as you turn the new application.

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