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INTEL IS GOING to launch a raft of 35W 'desktop' parts onJune 22 of this year, but no one thinks they are going to go into many desktops.What you are seeing is the new line of XTReeM(1) gaming laptops.
The new parts are going to replace the X9000, X7900, and a lot of T seriesparts from the 7xxx to 9xxx range. New in June are the X9100@3.06GHz,T9600@2.80, P9500@2.53, T9400 also @2.53, P8600@2.40 and the lowly P8400@2.26.All but the last two are 6M caches, those have 3M, but all are on a 1066FSB.
The costs on them are $851, $530, $348, $316, $241, and $209 respectively ifyou order enough to use as building materials.
The keen-eyed will notice that this is pretty much the same price points asthe 800FSB parts they replace. What can be launching on June 22nd then?Montevina perhaps?
In Q3 some time, the QX9300 will slot in above the X9100 and usher in theworld of quad core laptops. While it is fun tomockthe slow, the simple fact that Intel can put out a 2.53GHz 12M quad in 35W,not 45W as some others claim, is nothing short of amazing. It will cost $1038upon release.

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