Doing what they do best, CPU World has fished out some fresh details on an expansion to Intel's range of mobile processor offerings. A new ULV (ultra low voltage) 32nm Celeron M model has just been released, The Celeron 787, and also four new Core i7 chips.
The Celeron 787 is just a little single core chip which clocks in at 1.30GHz with a single thread, 1MB of L3 cache, a 17W TDP and carrying a price of $107.
As for the four new Core i7s, these are scheduled to debut in Q4, comprising three quad-core variants and a dual-core one. The quad core models include the i7-2960XM Extreme Edition, i7-2860QM and i7-2760QM, with the dual-core being the i7-2640M.
Looking at individual specs, the i7-2960XM EE runs at 2.7GHz with a Turbo frequency of 3.7GHz, sporting 4 cores/8 threads with 8MB of L3 cache and a 55W TDP. The Core i7-2860QM 4 core/8 thread chip runs at 2.5GHz (3.6GHz Turbo), again with 8MB of L3 cache and a slightly lower 45W TDP.
The Core i7-2760QM (also 4 cores/8 threads) has a frequency of 2.4GHz (3.5GHz Turbo), carrying 6MB of L3 cache and a 45W TDP, while the only dual core variant in the Core i7-2640M has 4 threads, runs at 2.8GHz (3.5GHz Turbo) with 4MB of L3 cache and a 35W TDP.
All four Core i7 models include Intel's HD 3000 graphics core running at 650MHz (1300MHz Turbo speed). Pricing is yet to be disclosed on these models.