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2720qm vs. 2820qm

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Does anyone have benchmarks for these 2 processors? Is there a good reason the 2820qm is $200 more than the 2720qm? I am trying to decide between the two, and right now I am leaning toward the 2720qm.
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Ok, by 2720 and 2820 you mean the mobile i7s correct? I think the only difference between these 2 is that the 2720 runs at 2.2 ghz and the 2820 2.3....but i could be wrong. All in all i would say get the 2720.

P.S : in the future please use i7 in the name if thats what you're referring to:cool:
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Yes, the mobile processors. Also the 2820 has an 8MB cashe, and the 2720 has a 6MB cashe. That and the difference in Hz are the only differences.
Edited by thecubemaster - 1/11/11 at 8:28pm
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Yes, the mobile processors. Also the 2820 has an 8MB cashe, and the 2720 has a 6MB cashe. That and the difference in Hz are the only differences.

Actually, with Turbo, it's 3.0Ghz vs 3.1Ghz (full four cores).

So, 100Mhz (3%) and 2MB of cache extra for, I believe, twice the price.

Your choice.
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ok, this was exactly what i was wondering about as well. how high goes the 2920xm on all cores then? (without any oc)
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