Intel, the world's largest processor manufacturer, Has announced This week Factors In the computer industry in the Far East, on a new processor. The new processor will not be as processor as it will be the first Intel to bring the Extreme processors to laptops.
Traditionally, because of their high power consumption, Extreme Series processors are processors designed only for desktops and not laptops. This tradition is probably going to break soon, as Intel has prepared an interesting surprise for us in the form of the Core 2 Extreme X7800.
The technical details of the processor, as expected or not, are not significantly different from the technical specifications of the processors Core 2 Series Duo T7000 Of Intel, when the X7800 will also contain a common cache for the two cores with a capacity of 4 megabytes. Unlike standard Intel laptops, however, this processor will contain a pair of Merom XE cores (probably an extreme version of the standard Merom core), will work in an 800MHz FSB, will arrive at a clock frequency of 2.6 GHz and its processor multiplier will arrive as open as any processor Extreme desktop.
From now on also on mobile devices
About a year and a half ago, there was a wonderful time for overclockers around the world, because Intel's Pentium M processors Also gained from motherboards and desktops, So that their low power consumption combined with their much calculated efficiency led to performance Overclock Unprecedented. There are rumors that motherboard manufacturers are planning to launch desktop motherboards that will suit this new mobile monster, which will of course lead on the one hand to amazing performance to say the least due to the power envelope of processors, but on the other hand is expected to show a price in the sky (design, by the way, is not just for this specific processor) , But is based on Santa Rosa Of Intel as a whole).
The processor's wholesale price is expected to be $ 795 (according to Intel) for 1,000 units,Core 2 Extreme X6800 Double core andCore 2 Extreme QX6700 Square core. According to Intel, the processor is expected to move to mass production in the third quarter of this year, with another processor in the series, X7900 named, also moving to mass production, but a little later, probably in the last quarter of the year.