And what's the expected merom costs? If I want a 64 bits laptop at the end of this year, will it be enough by upgrading the processor? I'll be a E1505/I6400 owner in 2 weeks, so i got that doubt.
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4/2/06 at 6:43pm
Originally Posted by Cirthix
yes, fugger of xtremesystems has tested a merom in a fujitsu yonah laptop without any problems
merom is ~20% faster clock for clock than yonah and will be released with 1.66-2.33ghz clockspeeds using the 166 (667) fsb.
power usage is similar to yonah.
Originally Posted by sorienor
This is Intel we are talking about here. I would say the chance of upgrading is zero.