dunno if this has been asked yet but could u give some hl2 benchmarks?
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1/20/05 at 12:49am
Originally Posted by Lykos
I can't believe there's no s-video in...
means there is no option connecting a console???
Originally Posted by ShortBusRat
use a coax output for your x-box or what have you and you can input to it.
personally i will be picking one of these up vs the 9860 simply because i dont really need a 17 in screen.
also what size is the power brick on this thing? and will it use the same 3plug connection as the 9860 and acers that connect to a standard desktop power coard?
Originally Posted by Wingly
Some pricing info on Sager's website
They estimate the 7620 to be out around Mid February
NP7620-C that has a p4 at 3.0GHz, 512MB of Ram, 60.0GB HD, DVD/CD-RW, etc cost around $2,345.00. Compared to a 9860-C of the same components costing $2,525.00
Also the S version with 1 Gb of ram, 3.6 Ghz, 8X DVD±R/RW/+DL, etc is $2,875.00 for the 7620 and $3,045.00 for the 9860.
The 7620 seems to be a tad cheaper. The prices will probably change but it still gives a general idea of the cost differences.
Originally Posted by Luke@PCTorque
We are still working out the specifics with Sager, the keyboard appears to be the same as the one used for the 56xx series, and international keyboards were sold with that model. However we have no definate answer as of yet.
Originally Posted by Neosabre
This is it. This is what I want to upgrade to!
Is anyone interested in buying a:
P4 3.0Ghz w/ HyperThreading
1 gig Ram
ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 128MB
4x DVD -/+ R/RW (DVD Burner)
UXGA 1600x1200 (No Dead Pixels)
60gig 7200rpm Hard Drive
Built-in Wireless WiFi
Still under warranty for 3 Months
I'll take $1700 or best offer. ^_^
Originally Posted by Karma
Besides, if Sager can put a Prescott in a 15.4" with a 6800Go, it sure could put a P-M with a 6800Go & decrease the thickness & weight, not to mention increase battery life. Last I checked, a Prescott has a ~100W TDP, while the MR X800 has a ~ 13W TDP at idle & ~41W TDP at load with a 400Mhz core.
Seriously, what's keeping Clevo/Sager from putting a good GPU into a relatively thin 15.4 with a P-M?
Especially when a P-M running a 333Mhz FSB single channel is a great gaming CPU even when compared to an A64 FX-55?
|They already have:
It's Sonoma spec Pentium-M with an ATI X700 GPU.