FUD Zilla heard Intel will release a 3.06GHz mobile processor on June 3rd. This 45nm dual-core chip is called X9100, it will use the 1066MHz FSB and will have 6MB L2 cache.
Intel promises 44W Thermal Design Power (TDP) and the 35x35mm CPU fits in socket P. The full name of the CPU is Core 2 Extreme X9100 and with 3.06GHz it definitely is the fastest dual-core for notebooks. Some crazy notebook manufacturers might even overclock it further, but 3GHz is quite enough for notebooks.
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Re: Intel's mobile X9100 runs at 3.06GHz by Anonymous on Thursday, May 08 2008 @ 04:48:48 CEST
Sure wish Intel would give a few websites early versions of the 2.53 Quad mobile so we could see some performance and make our "take the 3.06 or wait for quad" decision.