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 Jan 5th 2018 Intel Released "Coffee Lake" Knowing it Was Vulnerable to Spectre and Meltdown (110) Jan 2nd 2018 Intel Secretly Firefighting a Major CPU Bug Affecting Datacenters? (53) Oct 7th 2017 German Company to Sell Binned Core i7 8700K With 99.9% Silver Heatspreader (109) Sep 29th 2017 Core i7-8700K Reviewed by Lab501 (102) Sep 22nd 2017 Intel Core i7 8700K Reportedly Reaches 4.8 GHz Easily, 5 GHz+ Requires Delid (117) Jan 3rd 2018 Dear Intel, If a Glaring Exploit Affects Intel CPUs and Not AMD, It's a Flaw (53) Nov 6th 2017 Intel, AMD MCM Core i7 Design Specs, Benchmarks Leaked (48) Sep 5th 2017 Intel Skylake-X HCC CPU Delidded by Der8auer, also not Soldered (171) Jan 12th 2018 Intel Releases CPU Benchmarks with Meltdown and Spectre Mitigations (56) Nov 8th 2017 Intel Hires Raja Koduri, to Develop Discrete GPUs, This Time for Real (71) 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.