Wednesday, September 5th 2007

Intel to Bring Back 25W Mobile Processors, Intro Quad-Core Chips for Notebooks

Intel plans to lower power consumption of standard chips for laptops and introduce quad-core microprocessors for mobile computers next year. Along with the new mobile platform codenamed Montevina, Intel will also introduce a dual-core Penryn processor with a 25W and 35W TDP, which will add performance to thin-and-light notebooks without increasing their complexity or pricing. The new chips will be made using 45nm process technology and will emerge in Q2 2008.Source: X-bit Labs
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5 Comments on Intel to Bring Back 25W Mobile Processors, Intro Quad-Core Chips for Notebooks

#1
jocksteeluk
and the squeeze continues and no doubt another new chipset will be required when these cpus are launched.
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effmaster
good god this is almost a full year away from release on laptops :shadedshu:shadedshu:shadedshu


:cry::cry::cry:
Nice going intel:slap: i hope amd can capitalize on this and release a quad laptop sooner though i seriosly doubt it considering how long its going to take for intel to release a 4 core on a laptop after releasing a 4 core desktop processor in Late late 2006:banghead::banghead:
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kakazza
by: jocksteeluk
and the squeeze continues and no doubt another new chipset will be required when these cpus are launched.
P35 supports 1333MHz FSB and 45nm chips.
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
I think AMD is actually bringing out a mobile quad processor in the same time frame Intel is. So, as far as that goes, it should be released around the same time.
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