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Diamond Broodling notebook features Core 2 Extreme QX9770

Posted on Sunday, June 01 2008 @ 22:17:09 CEST by

Diamond and SmoothCreations unveiled a new custom painted notebook with the Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 3.2GHz processor and a mobile Radeon HD 3850 graphics. The system also features some other desktops parts like 4GB GSkill DDR2 memory and a 500GB HDD from WD. Info on the dimensions, weight and battery life is unknown.
As the CEO of SmoothCreations, Jim Saling, put’s it, the Broodling Notebook was intentionally engineered to offer Desktop performance to the power users that need a mobile workstation solution or a gamer whom doesn’t want to lug around a large PC to LAN parties.

The Smooth Creations Broodling Notebook is powered by an Intel Extreme Edition 9770 Quadcore and 4GB of GSkill Dual Channel DDR2 memory. Driving the graphics is a Diamond Mobile Viper Radeon HD3850 and a single 500GB Western Digital Caviar SE16 hard drive and Lite-On 20X DVD+/-RW drive round out the peripherals. SmoothCreations worked with Diamond & Epower engineers to ensure the motherboard had been designed with the utmost in over clocking capabilities, and attention cooling on the cpu and epower was part of the development to ensure a robust external power supply design was capable of supplying the notebook with the needed power.

The Broodling notebook scores 12822 in 3DMark06.



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