Wednesday, September 26th 2007 Mobile Intel Penryn Pricing Unveiled by malware Wednesday, September 26th 2007 14:13 Discuss (7 Comments) VR-Zone unveiled today prices of the mobile 45nm Penryn CPUs part of the Santa Rosa platform. The new mobile X9000, T9500, T9300, T8300 and T8100 CPUs are set to hit the market in January 2008. Source: VR-Zone Related News Tags: 45nm Intel Feb 10th 2017 On Intel and Their $7B White House Affair (199) Feb 10th 2017 8th Gen Core "Cannon Lake" Over 15% Faster Than Kaby Lake: Intel (97) Mar 27th 2017 Intel X99 Chipset Successor is the X299, Spotted Alongside Core i7-7740K (37) Feb 26th 2017 Intel Plays Dirty Over Ryzen, Attempts to Manipulate Ryzen Reviews? (72) Feb 26th 2017 Following Ryzen's Launch, Intel's CPUs Likely to See Price-Cuts (70) Mar 19th 2017 Intel Debuts its 3D XPoint Technology with Optane DC P4800X Datacenter SSD (23) Feb 8th 2017 Intel Core i7-7740K and i5-7640K Codenamed "Kaby Lake-X," 112W TDP, No IGP (68) Feb 4th 2017 First Intel Processor with AMD Radeon Graphics Within 2017 (69) Mar 13th 2017 Intel Dips Its Toes on the Automotive Industry - To Acquire Mobileye (17) Feb 21st 2017 Intel Announces Atom C3000 Line with up to 16-cores and Enterprise Level Features (34) Add your own comment 7 Comments on Mobile Intel Penryn Pricing Unveiled #1 POGE $316 for 6M Cache! T9300 looks nice... #2 jocksteeluk i have to say the pricing for both the desktop cpus and now these cpus are very competitively priced indeed. #3 magibeg The extreme versions always seem to be a big pile of wasted money. Is it possible for us to even build our own laptops anyway? Where would you buy all the equipment from? (don't see many empty laptop cases for sale) #4 Schmuv And, as always, the EE is totally overpriced...seriously, who's gonna overclock his Laptop CPU? #5 kwchang007 Schmuv said:And, as always, the EE is totally overpriced...seriously, who's gonna overclock his Laptop CPU?Dell....Alienware....OEM people. Google something like that. #6 Wile E Power User Schmuv said:And, as always, the EE is totally overpriced...seriously, who's gonna overclock his Laptop CPU?http://forums.techpowerup.com/showthread.php?t=25716 #7 WarEagleAU Bird of Prey Intel is finally getting it with these prices. Im surprised by the laptop offerings they have.