SemiAccurate brings some news regarding AMD's upcoming processors for the notebook market; this includes new Phenom II X4, Phenom II X3 and Turion II X2 chips. Here's a snippet about the high-end chips, full details can be read over here. The site expects some gaming laptops may feature Black Edition models, but unfortunately the mobile Phenom II still lack L3 cache and are limited to 512KB per core.
Starting from the top, AMD is readying three new mobile Phenom II X4 processors, namely the P920, the N930 and the X920 BE. The P920 is a 25W model with a fairly slow 1.6GHz clock speed, but it's by far the most power frugal mobile quad-core processor to date. The N930, which we've already reported about in the Dell and Acer leaks, is clocked at 2GHz with a 35W TDP. The most interesting part is the X920 BE, as BE stands for Black Edition, which suggests that the multiplier is unlocked. We're not sure how useful an overclockable CPU is in a notebook, but with a base clock speed of 2.3GHz this is also the fastest of the new quad-cores, though this also means that the TDP goes up to 45W, the same as Intel's quad-core Core i7M models.