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Intel Launches The Core 2 Extreme Mobile Processor X7800

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I dont think this is here. I just had a look and couldnt see it.

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Just minutes ago Intel announced their first ever mobile extreme part, the Core 2 Extreme X7800 mobile processor. The Core 2 Extreme X7800 mobile processor doesn't contain any new microarchitecture as it is still based off the Merom core, but it is fully unlocked for improved overclocking and performance. For those that have followed the Intel extreme desktop parts, this will be familiar to you as those are also unlocked parts that allow consumers to select the multiplier at which the processor operates.
The Intel Core 2 Extreme X7800 mobile processor operates at 2.6 GHz, with 4 MB of shared L2 Advanced Smart Cache, and an 800 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB). All the usual Intel technologies such as VT, EIST, EM64T and XD/NX bit are supported, but it should be noted that Intel has removed support for Intel Dynamic Acceleration (IDA) on the Extreme series. With the extra overclocking headroom head room that the adjustable multiplier brings to the table this one missing feature shouldn't sway consumers from Intel's new Extreme mobile processor family. Legit Reviews contacted Intel for an official comment about IDA and was given this statement:

The Intel® Core™2 Extreme mobile processor has unlocked bus ratios, which offers added technical flexibility for experienced enthusiasts who desire more capability to customize the system – even beyond the specification limits. Intel is investigating the option of adding Intel Dynamic Acceleration to future Intel® Core™ 2 Extreme mobile processors.
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/538/1/
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unlocked multi!
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Ouch.. is it a competition to see how fast the can kill a lappy battery. 8600gt with this will make those x-atlantic flights so sweet. only in 1st class with a power socket though.
    
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i want quad core laptops! lol would this even fit in my current laptop? i have a socket m t5500
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So...I can upgrade from my 667mhz fsb T7200 to that one? Do laptop mobo's support this?
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i think i would rather see a 2ghz quad to be honest

when laptops have quad cores = when laptops rule the world!!!!
    
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post #7 of 11
So a quad mobile can surpass a quad desktop cpu? Wow...

I'm sure nobody would release a laptop with battery life of an hour
Okay half an hour.
15 mins ffs!
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I think it would do good! My T7200 @ 2ghz with 4mb cache etc on normal WIFI and bluetooth enabled I get 3 1/2 hours of usage! When I just run it without the wifi I get up to 5 hours of working time...but hey...working time is just a waste of quad potential
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My 6600 would pwn that thing. (if I had a way to use phase)

Isnt this mobile? whats the point of having all that power if you only get 45minute battery life? like racing a metro with a full tank of gas vs a corvette with a gallon of gas
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post #10 of 11
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Battery power is of large concern for me also.
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