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OCZ unveils DIY Centrino 2 notebook

Posted on Tuesday, July 15 2008 @ 14:54:12 CEST by


OCZ has rolled out a new 17" DIY gaming notebook for the Intel Centrino 2 platform.
When developing the decisive gaming laptop, OCZ sought to deliver the ultimate high-end solution to consumers always on the cutting-edge of technology. Optimized by Intel’s powerful and versatile Centrino 2 platform, the new OCZ whitebook exceeds expectations of on the go power-computing. Based on the latest 45nm Intel Core Microarchitecture and designed for maximum battery life, Intel Centrino 2 processor technology includes new and innovative features that drive new levels of performance and power savings. The Intel Core 2 Extreme mobile processor X9100 delivers the revolutionary levels of dual-core performance you need to shatter all speed barriers and power multiple highly-threaded HD applications simultaneously giving you unrivaled realism and responsiveness in 3D gaming.

For the demanding visual effects gamers require for the latest PC titles, the OCZ whitebook solution features powerful MXM 2.0 upgradeable graphics solutions and can currently support 2 ATI M88XT in Crossfire™ mode or a single NVIDIA 8800 GTX. The option of customizable MXM 2 graphics will offer a truly powerful gaming experience.
More info and specifications at OCZ.




 



 

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