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Created On: 02/27/2006 08:16 PM
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 02/27/2006 08:16 PM
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forrest
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Hi all...new to this forum so please forgive the questions if it's posted already!

I'm looking for a new notebook, complete desktop replacement, and I'm a huge gamer! Does anyone know when AMD plans to "dual up" any notebook brands soon? Like the X2 for notebooks?

Thanks in advance!

 02/28/2006 12:44 AM
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A few manufacturers already offer Desktop Replacement class Notebooks using actual desktop processors.

For example, Alienware's Aurora m7700 series can use any current 939-pin Desktop processor - that includes the entire Athlon 64 X2 dual-core series as well as the dual-core Athlon 64 FX-60

Furthermore, if you need more battery life, dual-core Turion processors are scheduled for introduction sometime this year (probably mid-2006).

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 02/28/2006 03:49 PM
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Thanks for the info!
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