Sunday, October 26th 2008

Intel to Update Montevina Lineup, Mobile Nehalem Launch Speeds Up?

According to industry observer DigiTimes, Intel would be giving its Montevina mobile computing platform an update, with the introduction of new processors and core logic (chipsets). The update, for the most part, revolves around the mid/high range products. Intel would be introducing Core 2 Duo models T9900 and P8800. The T9900 would be Intel's flagship mobile dual-core chip, with the P8800 leading the performance mainstream range.

Intel also plans new chipsets. The Intel GM47 Express would be the company's next high-end mobile chipset, and is slated for Q1, 2009. Intel will also launch GM43 and GS43 Express chipsets for entry-level notebook and small form-factor (SFF) PCs. In other news, it is also expected that the company gets ready to launch the GM55 (Mobile Ibex-Peak) chipset between July and August, 2009. GM55 would be Intel's Nehalem processor supportive chipset for the Auburndale dual-core and Clarksfield quad-core processors, with the platform itself being codenamed Calpella.Source: DigiTimes
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6 Comments on Intel to Update Montevina Lineup, Mobile Nehalem Launch Speeds Up?

#2
btarunr
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by: hayder.master
T9900 , any details about it
T9600 comes with 6 MB L2, 2.80 GHz clock (266 x 10.5), 1066 MHz FSB. Take steps of 133 MHz...T9700 at 2.93 (266 x 11), T9800 at 3.06 (266 x 11.5), T9900 3.20 (266 x 12).
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ShadowFold
Wow those look fast. Hope AMD gets a good new platform out to rival this. I know right now their mobile stuff is alot better than Intel's(or I think).
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#4
Hayder_Master
by: btarunr
T9600 comes with 6 MB L2, 2.80 GHz clock (266 x 10.5), 1066 MHz FSB. Take steps of 133 MHz...T9700 at 2.93 (266 x 11), T9800 at 3.06 (266 x 11.5), T9900 3.20 (266 x 12).
wow , i can't imagine nootbook with 3.2GHZ and 1066 fsb with 8M cash
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#5
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
by: ShadowFold
Wow those look fast. Hope AMD gets a good new platform out to rival this. I know right now their mobile stuff is alot better than Intel's(or I think).
If memory serves, AMD is only better on the power consumption front and that's mostly because they have a smaller cache.
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PCpraiser100
Yes! I hope 1366 Nehalem follows with it cause I wanna see some benchmarks with it in todays titles.
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