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  1. alucasa

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    I know I am not gonna get much luck by posting this here, but before heading to Ebay, I am gonna give it a shot here.

    I am currently looking to get 2 mobile CPUs.

    If you have any of following CPUs I list, shoot me a PM and discuss a deal.

    T7300

    T7500

    T8300

    P8600

    Those four models are primary ones I want to get, but if you have something in between, let me know also.

    Cya !
     
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    *yawn*
    Ah-choo !
     
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    Thanks, but ...
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    Thought I saw a T7500/7600 over at notebookreview.com.'s marketplace. I know there's a T9900 3.08GHz for $300 but that's on the high side.

    Ill check if your interested.
     
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    T7600 is socket M.

    T7500, yeah, I'd be very interested.
     
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    Had to do the pre-emptive Ebay search for ya'... Mobile processors stay expensive it seems! Looked around for a quick search and couldn't find a better deal than that T7300. What's your price range anyway?
     
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    I am looking to replace the CPU for my NAS rig (Named NAS-Apathy in my signature).

    Price ? Well, I know well in mobile CPU area since I often build power efficient servers utilizing mobile cpu, so I am willing to pay any price as long as price is reasonable.

    I am able to find T7500 for around 100USD.
    T7300 for 50 ~ 70.
    T7100 for 50. <- Why bother. I'd rather go for T7300.

    T8300 for 150.
    P8600 for 200.

    I've been keeping an eye on Q9x00 cpu though. Price's still too high. (300) I want to build a WCG rig based on that quad core mobile cpu one day.
     
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    That quad would definitely be nice!
    Aside from the 200 MHz, are there any other differences between the t7500 and the t8300?
    Oh -t8300 =3megs l2 cache / t7500 has 4?!!
    A t7300 for 50 dollars sounds like a steal though. With the extra money, you could almost build a second ITX machine!
     
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    T7500 is Merom based CPU. (65nm)
    T8300 is Penryn. (45nm)
    Penryn architecture is about 10% faster than merom arch.

    Q9000 (45nm) is a quad core at 2.0GHZ rated at whooping 45w.
     
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    Thanks. I guess I will register there. I should have much better luck over there, it seems.
     

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