Tuesday, January 15th 2008

Intel to Launch 15 Montevina CPUs in May

Intel is planning to launch 15 45nm notebook CPUs for its upcoming Centrino platform, Montevina, which is currently scheduled to launch in May this year. Intel will launch seven CPUs with a typical package size of 35mm squared for notebooks. The CPUs include: Core 2 Extreme QX9300 with 12MB L2 cache and TDP of 45W, (the core frequency of this model has not yet been set), Core 2 Extreme X9100 with a core frequency of 3.06GHz, 6MB L2 cache and TDP of 44W, Core 2 Duo T9600 (2.8GHz, 6MB and 35W), T9400 (2.53GHz, 6MB and 35W), P9500 (2.53GHz, 6MB and 25W), P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB and 25W), and P8400 (2.26GHz, 3MB and 25W). All the CPUs will support a 1066MHz FSB. The company will also launch eight CPUs with a package size of 22mm squared. These will include: SP9400 with a core frequency of 2.4GHz, 6MB L2 cache and TDP of 25W, SP9300 (2.26GHz, 6MB and 25W), SL9400 (1.86GHz, 6MB and 17W), SL9300 (1.6GHz, 6MB and 17W), SU9400 (1.4GHz, 3MB and 10W), SU9300 (1.2GHz, 3MB and 10W), U3300 (1.2GHz, 3MB and 5.5W), and Celeron 723 (1.2GHz, 1MB and 10W). The CPUs with a TDP less or equal to 10W will support FSB speeds up to 800MHz while the rest will support up to 1066MHz.Source: DigiTimes
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9 Comments on Intel to Launch 15 Montevina CPUs in May

#1
pt
not a suicide-bomber
5.5w tdp:eek:
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#3
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Zomg, is it me, or is Intel just on an incredibly unbelievable role?
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#4
Triprift
And theres more to come with the Qx970 and the Nehalem to name a few Amd gonna have to seriously pull a mega rabbit out the hat.
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#5
wtf8269
<-Was depressed that this article was not about the release of the Q9450.:(
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#6
PVTCaboose1337
Graphical Hacker
HUGE cache, low TDP... wow Intel is winning...
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#7
Mussels
Moderprator
bam. punch to AMD's nuts on the 'low power' side of the fence.
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#8
DRDNA
Yes Sir ....Intel is now the king of CPU's and looks like they will be for a while.
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#9
Silverel
Uh uh! Not if AMD can convince people that HIGHER TDP numbers are better! Small amounts of power like that are just gonna make your system run poorly, or something like that... and, ANNNND! That much L2 cache is hazardous to your health! Running over 2.6 Ghz can cause cancer in household pests! PHENOM!!! PHEEEEENNNOOOOOMMMMMM!!!!

/cutwristbleeddie!
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