Intel notebook CPUs hit 3.06GHz in June

Posted on Wednesday, Feb 20 2008 @ 00:45 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel will release a new Core 2 Extreme X9100 notebook processor in June, if FUD Zilla is right. The site claims this 45nm Penryn processor will be clocked at 3.06GHz.
It calls its CPU Core 2 Extreme X9100 and it is a Penryn 45nm based product. It works with FSB 1066MHz and fits in cFCPGA / Socket P. The new CPU works at 3.06GHz, has 6MB of cache memory and it will be fastest of its kind.

Together with 6MB of cache it is just a slight increase in speed compared with already available 2.8GHz Core 2 Extreme X9000 but the new X9100 has FSB 1066 and ought to be faster than FSB 800 based X9000.


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