Originally Posted by Jerome Poppe
How long before we start seeing these in notebooks?
I'd expect to see announcements about new Turion 64-X2 based laptops any day now - no later than by the end of this...
Originally Posted by chuck232
The Turions are slightly cheaper for performance right now, but later this month when Intel does their price cut, the Yonah's will actually be cheaper.
That still remains...
Originally Posted by wazoo42
Unfortunately the turion x2 doesn't do very well against the core duo. The ML-60 runs at 2GHz and the t2400 and t2500 run at 1.83 and 2.0GHz, respectively. You'll probably want a...
Originally Posted by accord1999
Here's a review in French:
The Core Duo is generally faster, especially in games and uses less power.
I question the...
ATI today announced its Radeon Xpress 1100 chipset family, pitching the part at notebook PCs designed around AMD's new dual-core Turion 64 X2 mobile processor and...
Believe it or not, Turion 64-X2 will be cheaper even if it's produced on a presumably more expensive 90nm process. Core Duo is produced on a presumably cheaper 65nm process, but still costs over 50% more than Turion 64-X2. As usual...
Now we're only waiting for proper benchmarks. I heard that Laptop Logic is working on something, so that will be very interesting.
I expect that Acer, HP, Gateway and Fujitsu Siemens will announce new Turion 64-X2 laptops...