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Eurocom Launches 2 GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M in Monster 11.6-inch Notebook

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Eurocom Corporation, a developer of long lifespan, fully upgradable Notebooks and Mobile Workstations is launching the NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M in its 11.6" EUROCOM Monster notebook.

    At the core of the Monster 1.0, users have an NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M to do their bidding, with 2 GB of video memory, 384 cores, with the graphics clock running at 850 MHz this new graphics powerhouse is the ultimate mobile gaming and workstation machine. With Optimus support, the EUROCOM Monster can run for 410 minutes on one charge.

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    "EUROCOM Monster provides workstation-calibre performance, powerful graphics capabilities and high performance storage in an extremely small and lightweight notebook computer. This little guy weighs under four pounds, with a battery, has the power of a full sized notebook, and has 410 minutes of battery life, it's truly the best of both worlds" states Eurocom President, Mark Bialic.

    The EUROCOM Monster 1.0 is built with an ultra heavy duty design for unintentional abuse while on the go. It is a fully upgradeable system with support for the best in mobile technology. The Monster 1.0 can be customized based on processor, memory, storage, display and wireless technology. Based on the HM 76 Express chipset from Intel the EUROCOM Monster 1.0 can support up to 8 GB of DDR3-1600 memory from two channels.

    Super powerful Ivy Bridge Intel Core i7 processors and Sandy Bridge Intel Core i5 and i7 processors are supported for high-end computing wherever work takes place.

    EUROCOM Monster 1.0 provides workstation calibre storage capabilities with 1 Terabytes of storage with a SATA-300 or SATA-600 Solid State, Hybrid or Hard Disk Drive.

    "With a massive 410 minute battery life, thanks to a 62.16WH battery and Optimus technology the EUROCOM Monster is the perfect system for anyone on the go" states Mark Bialic.

    EUROCOM Monster 1.0 Specs:

    11.6-inch (39.62 cm); HD 1366-by-768 pixels; Glossy (Glare) or Matte (Non-Glare) Surface; Backlight LED Display
    - VGA Technology: on-board NVIDIA GT 650M with 2 GB of DDR3 VRAM; Optimus
    - Chipset: Intel Mobile HM76 Express
    - Processor: supports both Intel Sandy Bridge (32 nm) and Ivy Bridge (22 nm) Mobile Processors
    - Memory: up to 8 GB DDR3-1600; two SODIMM sockets; Dual Channel
    - Storage: up to 1 TB of storage space; one physical hard drive
    - Ports: USB 2.0; 2x USB 3.0; HDMI 1.4a out; VGA; Headphone; Mic; RJ45/LAN
    - Communication: 1 Gigabit LAN; WLAN; Bluetooth
    - Weight: 1.8 kg / 3.96 lbs (with battery)
    - Dimensions: WxDxH 287x207x12.7-37.1mm; 11.48x8.28x0.51-1.48-inch
    - Battery Life: up to 410 minutes; 62.16WH battery

    Supported Processors in EUROCOM Monster 1.0:

    Intel Core i7-3720QM
    - Cores: 4
    - Threads: 8
    - Clock Rate: 2.6 GHz (up to 3.60)
    - TDP: 45 watt
    - L3 cache: 6 MB
    - Manufacturing Technology: 22 nm
    - Memory Support: DDR3-1600
    - Socket: uPGA988B

    Intel Core i7-3610QM
    - Cores: 4
    - Threads: 8
    - Clock Rate: 2.3 GHz (up to 3.30)
    - TDP: 45 watt
    - L3 cache: 6 MB
    - Manufacturing Technology: 22 nm
    - Memory Support: DDR3-1600
    - Socket: uPGA988B

    Intel Core i7-2620M
    - Cores: 2
    - Threads: 4
    - Clock Rate: 2.7 GHz
    - TDP: 35 watt
    - L3 cache: 3 MB
    - Manufacturing Technology: 32 nm
    - Memory Support: DDR3-1333
    - Socket: uPGA988B

    Intel Core i5-2540M
    - Cores: 2
    - Threads: 4
    - Clock Rate: 2.6 GHz
    - TDP: 35 watt
    - L3 cache: 3 MB
    - Manufacturing Technology: 32 nm
    - Memory Support: DDR3-1333
    - Socket: uPGA988B

    Intel Core i5-2520M
    - Cores: 2
    - Threads: 4
    - Clock Rate: 2.5 GHz
    - TDP: 35 watt
    - L3 cache: 3 MB
    - Manufacturing Technology: 32 nm
    - Memory Support: DDR3-1333
    - Socket: uPGA988B

    Intel Mobile Core i5-2410M
    - Cores: 2
    - Threads: 4
    - Clock Rate: 2.3 GHz
    - TDP: 35 watt
    - L3 cache: 3 MB
    - Manufacturing Technology: 32 nm
    - Memory Support: DDR3-1333
    - Socket: uPGA989
     
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    this looks smaller than the alienware... I don't think that vent is enough for that much heat output? the M11x used a ULV CPU and a mid-range GPU, this uses a quad CPU and a mid-range GPU, and as far as I understood ivy bridge ran hot.

    I'd love to see a review of some kind because this looks like an OVERHEATING monster to me
     
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    Good luck using anywhere near 2gb of vram on a 768p screen.
     
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    lol

    you think its for mobile gaming?

    wow?
     
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    Wouldnt mind having one of these!!
     
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    gimme gimme :D
     
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    Meh. Trinity will be my next laptop. These are too hot and expensive.
     
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    GT 650M in an 11" chassis? I guess its doable if Dell did the 555 in the M11x.... Although options for a full quad mobile CPU? I guess the cooling design must run off this theory:

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    Regardless, I can't wait for a review of this. :toast:
     
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    that looks f$(*&#ing awesome.

    need 13" version tho.
     
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    I couldn't imagine gaming on anything smaller than 14"

    And the heat :eek: better get a lap mat or it's gonna get toasty down there.
     

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