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11 novos processadores móveis da Intel

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por Zealot, 18 de Setembro de 2002. (Respostas: 5; Visualizações: 1392)

  1. Zealot

    Zealot I quit My Job for Folding

    Intel revealed enormous number of its new processors, intended for use in mobile computers. All of the newcomers are manufactured using advanced 0.13 micron technology process. The line is headed by the Pentium 4-M with 2.2GHz clock-speed.

    Here is the complete list of the new CPUs:
    • Mobile Intel Pentium 4-M 2.20GHz. The processor utilises 400MHz Quad Pumped Bus, provides 512KB of L2 cache and works at 1.3V at full speed. In battery mode, the CPU functions at 1.2GHz and the core voltage descends to 1.2V. According to Intel, the average power dissipated by the Pentium 4-M 2.20GHz in power-saving mode does not exceed 2W. The processor costs $562 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Mobile Intel Pentium III-M 1.33GHz. The processor makes use of 133MHz FSB, offers 512KB of L2 cache and works at 1.4V at full speed. In power-saving mode, the frequency of the CPU decreases to 800MHz, while the core voltage to 1.15V. As stated officially, the average power dissipated by the novelty in battery mode is not higher than 1.5W. The processor is priced at $505 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Mobile Intel Pentium III-M 1.26GHz. The CPU supports 133MHz system bus, utilises 512KB of L2 cache and works at 1.4V at full speed. In battery mode, the core-clock of the CPU descends to 800MHz, the core voltage decreases to 1.15V. The average power dissipated by the newcomer in power-saving mode is not higher than 1.5W. The CPU costs $401 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Low Voltage Mobile Intel Pentium III Processor-M 1GHz. The processor utilises 133MHz processor bus, offers 512KB of L2 cache and works at 1.15V at full speed. In battery mode, the LV Mobile Intel Pentium III Processor-M 1GHz functions at 533MHz and the core voltage descends to 1.05V. According to Intel, the average power dissipated by the newcomer in power-saving mode does not exceed 1W. The processor costs $316 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel Pentium III-M 866MHz. The processor makes use of 133MHz FSB, provides 512KB of L2 cache and works at 1.1V at 866MHz. In power-saving mode, the frequency of the newly unveiled product decreases to 400MHz, while the core voltage to 0.95V. Intel said, the average power dissipated by the device in battery mode is not higher than 0.5W. The CPU is officially priced at $209 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel Pentium III-M 850MHz. The newcomer supports 100MHz system bus, utilises 512KB of L2 cache and works at 1.1V at full speed. In battery mode, the core-clock of the CPU descends to 400MHz, the core voltage decreases to 0.95V. The average power dissipated by the newcomer in power-saving mode is not higher than 0.5W. The CPU price does not differ from the cost of the previous one and equals to $209 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Mobile Intel Celeron 1.80GHz. The newcomer utilises 400MHz Quad Pumped Bus, offers 256KB of L2 cache and works at 1.3V at full speed. The processor costs $149 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Mobile Intel Celeron 1.70GHz. The processor makes use of 400MHz Quad Pumped Bus, supports 256KB of L2 cache and works at 1.3 at 1.70GHz. The official cost is at $134 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Mobile Intel Celeron 1.60GHz. The newcomer supports 400MHz QPB system bus, utilises 256KB of L2 cache and works at 1.3V in default mode. In 1000 units quantities the novelty costs $112.
    • Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel Celeron 733MHz. The newcomer makes use of 100MHz FSB, provides 256KB of L2 cache and works at 1.1V at full speed. The processor costs $144 in 1000 units quantities.
    • Ultra Low Voltage Mobile Intel Celeron 700MHz. The processor utilises 100MHz processor bus, offers 256KB of L2 cache and works at 1.1V at 700MHz. The price in 1000 units quantities is the same compared to the model above: $144.
    Besides the introduction of these new microprocessors, Intel decreased the prices on a number of CPUs in their current line. The Low Voltage Mobile Intel Pentium III Processor-M 933MHz is now sold for 24% less than before: $241 in wholesale; The Low Voltage Mobile Intel Pentium III Processor-M 850/866MHz lost 18% of their price and now cost $198. Intel also lowered the price of Low Voltage Mobile Intel Celeron 733MHz from $134 to $94.

    Intel will continue to increase the frequency of their Pentium 4-M processors. In the first quarter they will reveal 2.4GHz model and 2.5 as well as 2.6GHz CPUs are expected to come in the second and in the third quarters respectively. They are definitely going to be really hot babes for the mobile market.

    Fonte: http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/story.html?id=1032304606

    São BUÉ! 8o
     
  2. Tafinho

    Tafinho Power Member

    Abençoado P-IIIM 1.2Ghz, quer esteja ligado à corrente quer não esteja ... E depois venham cá dizer mal do quantispeed ...
     
  3. Strakata

    Strakata [email protected] Member

    Não há maneira de um P4M 2.2GHz trabalhar a mais de 1.2GHz se não estiver ligado à corrente?!?!

    Que abuso, não sabia dessa.
     
  4. Tafinho

    Tafinho Power Member

    Ligas a ficha ao orificio anal ...:D
     
  5. Korben_Dallas

    Korben_Dallas Zwame Advisor

    Nem sei porque é que se dão ao trabalho de lançar essa porcaria... tão cheios de pressa...
     
  6. [BIOHAZARD]

    [BIOHAZARD] Power Member

    k abuso mesmo~!! lolo p4 a 1.2ghz se nao tiver ligado á corrente!

    Axo k o meu irmao vai para um P-IIIM :)
     

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