Intel Core i7 920XM 2.0GHz Socket 988




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By ComputerPowerUser on 80

What's perhaps the most innovative feature is Intel's new, more intelligent Turbo Boost functionality that dynamically adjusts clocking timings on a per-core basis, completely shutting down unused cores...

By Tom's Hardware UK on

I’ve seen some crazy attempts at getting desktop-class performance onto notebooks. But there will forever be compromises, if only because there's an unbreakable relationship between speed and power consumption. Thus, when you see a 130W...

By Tom's Hardware on

“Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” If you approach Clarksfield realizing its role as a high-performance part best suited in a desktop replacement role, then you won’t be disappointed by the power it uses...

By Techworld on

Do these tests make the Core i7 sound like something you might want? Well, we're expecting full-fledged retail machines coming to our offices as soon as next week. By then we hope to be able to give you a more definitive answer on exactly how good...

By HotHardware on

With the release of the mobile version of the Core i7 processor, Intel has further entrenched its hegemony of performance notebook processors. When it comes to performance notebooks, sometimes it feels that Intel is only ever competing with...

By Legit Reviews on

Intel seems to have a winner on its hands with the Core i7 mobile processors due to its efficiency, innovative Turbo Boost Technology, and raw power! For the best of the best in mobile processors, we are awarding the Intel Core i7-920XM Extreme...

By AnandTech on

Good morning and welcome to Fall 2009 IDF week! As usual, Intel has a ton of stuff to discuss at the Intel Developers' Forum (IDF). Most of the truly exciting stuff shows up first on the desktop - things like Larrabee and Sandy Bridge. Those of us...

International Review By Présence PC on

Nous voyons régulièrement certains constructeurs se lancer dans des tentatives un peu folles consistant à installer un processeur pour ordinateur de bureau dans un portable. Evidemment, cette approche a des limites, ne serait-ce qu’en raison de la...