Monday, August 16th 2010

Eurocom Announces Panther 2.0, First Notebook with GTX 480M SLI and M-HD 5870 CFX

Eurocom, the world's leading developer of highly personalized, high-performance notebook PCs and energy efficient All-in-One PCs, introduced the EUROCOM Panther 2.0 super notebook for Gaming, Workstation or Server use powered by NVIDIA SLI Fermi GPUs and Intel’s line of 6-core i7-980x and Xeon 5600 series LGA1366 processors.

EUROCOM Panther 2.0 provides workstation and server-calibre capabilities with up to 3TB of storage with four internal physical hard drives and RAID 0/1/5/10, super-powerful 3.33 GHz Intel Core i7 Processor Extreme Edition i7-980X; or 3.33 GHz XEON X5680 processors running at 6.4GT/sec bus speed, Gigabit Ethernet port on-board (quad port optional), HDMI in and out ports, eSATA, DVi ports, with a 17.3” Full HD 1920x1080 LED backlit display and full size keyboard.
Featuring workstation-class or server-class Intel Core i7 Extreme or Xeon Processor and up to 24GB of DDR3-1600 memory, the EUROCOM Panther 2.0 also features the largest storage capacity on the market today – a whopping 3 TB with RAID 0/1/5/10 with four physical hard drives - making it the perfect mobile workstation or server laptop for users who demand extra-large capacity storage and reliability for a true portable server / workstation experience.

EUROCOM Panther 2.0 supports most of 64-bit operating systems available on the market from Microsoft Windows 7 or Server 2008 up to Red Hat; VMware or Solaris.

  • 17.3-inch Full HD; 1920-by-1080 pixels; LED Backlit; Glossy Surface
  • Upgradeable Processor: Intel i7-980X Extreme or Xeon 5500/5600; 4 and 6-cores; LGA1366; 32nm technology; 65W-130W
  • Supports Intel's XTU (eXtreme Tuning Utility) and XMP (eXtreme Memory Profile) functions
  • Upgradeable Graphics: MXM 3.0b; up to 100W per card; supports both single or dual GPU operation, and both CrossfireX and SLI; NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480M (Fermi); Quadro FX 2800M/FX 3800M/FX 5000M; ATi Radeon Mobility HD5870
  • Storage: up to 4 physical drives (mechanical or SSD); RAID 0/1/5/10; over 3TB of storage
  • Optical Drive: Choice of DVD Burner, Blu Ray Reader for Blu Ray Burner
  • Card Reader: MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/SD/Mini-SD/SDHC/SDXC compatible/MMC/RSMMC
  • Built in TouchPad with multi-gesture and scrolling function
  • Five instant buttons: Volume Up/Down, Mute, WiFi On/Off, Bluetooth On/Off
  • Sound System: High Definition Audio, S/PDIF output; Microphone; 5 speakers; subwoofer; Dolby Home Theater
  • Ports: 2x USB 3.0; 3x USB 2.0; HDMI-in 1.4; HDMI-out; DVI-DL; eSata; IEEE1394b; S/PDIF; Headphone; Microphone; Audio Line-in; RJ-45; CATV-in
  • Power: Auto Switching 300 Watts AC Adapter 100-240V; DC 20V 15A; Smart Li-Ion Battery 88.8WH; Battery time approx 1 hour
  • Dimensions: WxDxH 419x286x56.5-60.7mm/16.76x11.44x2.26-2.43inch
  • Weight: 5.3kg/11.66lbs including battery and ODD
Driving the system is the 6-core Intel 3.33GHz Extreme Edition i7-980X processor with bus speeds of up to 6.4GT/sec and 8MB of L3 cache, which delivers exceptional multi-tasking and multi-threaded performance. It also supports the newest line of Intel Core i7 Xeon 6-cores processors X5600 series.

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21 Comments on Eurocom Announces Panther 2.0, First Notebook with GTX 480M SLI and M-HD 5870 CFX

This is all very hot but please, do not call this... monstrosity a notebook!
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Wow, just wow!! Are they using desktop CPUs for this one, or did I misunderstand something?
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Panther 2.0? This HAS to be named after a certain Maltese member here on TPU.
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i love to pay lots of money for a laptop without a volume control, yes i don't like these software controlled buttons as they are slow and need a driver!

all my laptops have a hardware volume controle :D
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If you're spending this much on a laptop, you're probably loaded, and may as well pay somebody to make you one anyway :p
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Wow, first high-end laptop that one can actually use in their lap without fear of ruining anything down there! Why? Because you'll have to give up the whole package to pay for it... :shadedshu
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damn looks like a laptop from the early to mid 90s. It will probably burn a hole where ever you sit it, like on your leg or table not to mention burning a hole in your wallet.
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fitseries could use a laptop like this
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Where's the back-lit mechanical keyboard with Cherry ML switches?
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TheMailMan78 said:
Panther 2.0? This HAS to be named after a certain Maltese member here on TPU.
what, what
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Sweet the battery is just enough to go to crapper.

Damn how did they fit all that heat inside that case!
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caleb said:
Sweet the battery is just enough to go to crapper.

Damn how did they fit all that heat inside that case!
dont forget the mobile GPU's are a good step below the desktop variants - the 5870 mobility is a 5770 desktop equivalent, and Nvidia do similar.
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OMG where are we going to stop.... I want one!! :pimp:
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Now, how much for the lap cooler and ultra-high density battery to get good unplugged usage...
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$5328 with the cheapest HD!
But that price is the computer + the gnome machinist for running the internal machinery or computer only?
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pic of this "laptop" should be next to the word overkill in dictionary.
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Dude said battery... I think he means the built in UPS...
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Maybe I'm missing something here, but isn't the main point of the i7-980X and other Extreme processors the fact that you can more easily overclock them? How are you going to overclock this? It's not like you're going to watercool it or something.
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