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What CPUs does Intel HM76 chipset support?

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I have looked all over the place trying to find a list of all supported processors for the HM76 mobile chipset. Does anyone have a list? I am mainly just trying to figure out if it supports i7-3840QM.
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all second and third generation iCore cpus
http://www.notebookcheck.com/Intel-HM76-Express-Chipset.88195.0.html
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The Intel HM76 Express Chipset is the Panther Point Series (Intel 7 Series Chipset Family), which was presented together with the processors Ivy Bridge generation. Likewise, the chipset but works cooperatively with the older Sandy Bridge CPUs
you will not have a problem with a i7-3840QM.
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Originally Posted by looniam View Post

all second and third generation iCore cpus
http://www.notebookcheck.com/Intel-HM76-Express-Chipset.88195.0.html
you will not have a problem with a i7-3840QM.

Awesome thank you! How much more heat output would you assume the 3840qm will put out over the 3630qm? I am not too much familiar with the Intel I7 laptop chips. If I recall, The 3630qm is 2.4-3.2ghz, The 3840qm is 2.8-3.8ghz and has 2mb more L3 cache, I would assume that is a pretty good bump in performance and hear but I do not know if the 3840 is a newer generation chip and may be lower nm and not produce as much heat by default.
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i am not a notebook person, sorry. here is a comparison on a site i have used to help others with choices:

Intel Core i7-3630QM
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The performance of the Core i7-3630QM should be slightly above a similarly clocked Sandy Bridge processor due to slight architectural improvements. As a result, overall performance should be above the former fastest model, the Core i7-2920XM.

Intel Core i7-3840QM
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The performance of the Core i7-3840QM should be slightly above a similarly clocked Sandy Bridge processor due to slight architectural improvements. Overall, performance should be similar to the Core i7-3920XM.

the 3840 look like it has the edge if you compare then benchmarks in each link (scroll down the page . . )
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