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Old 01-09-2010, 06:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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i'm looking for a new lappy for my Aunt. Scowering newegg and ncix, I'm seeing the newer systems with the new su mobile chip at like 1.3Ghz and a 220m. So on the scale of say the T chips, how are they rated?

I know theyre ment for great battery, but for cpu power, how are they?
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eek....... this good eh?

So nobody has any experience with them?
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I guess not but I'd be interested as well.
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What gets me is the su7300 is a 1.6GHz chip. Seems slow, yet theyve got them in laptops packing 220 and 240m gpus... obviously not power saving gpus.

So it confuses me.
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What gets me is the su7300 is a 1.6GHz chip. Seems slow, yet theyve got them in laptops packing 220 and 240m gpus... obviously not power saving gpus.

So it confuses me.
The ones with the 220m's and 230m's dont use the nvidia cards by default. They use integrated 4500 graphics with the option of swapping to the nvidia cards for when you are a little closer to a power source.

The ULV processors (ultra low voltage) can get you anywhere from around 6 to 12 hours battery life. The SU7300 (1.3ghz Core 2 ULV) scored a 37 in SuperPi 1M and 2800 in CineBench Multi.
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So is it like the i7 chip at 1.6/2.8GHz? Or is it always at 1.3? Cause gaming on a 1.3 could cause issues.
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So is it like the i7 chip at 1.6/2.8GHz? Or is it always at 1.3? Cause gaming on a 1.3 could cause issues.
Theres no turboboost. Its always 1.3ghz. You cant really have great performance and quarter/half a days battery life, just doesnt work. Compromises must be made.
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Of coarse, was hoping for a speedstep type thing.... but yha.. can never have what your really want
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If you can wait a little while the new Arrandale based laptops should have an excellent balance of performance and battery life.
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Asus has this notebook with the SU7300 in it:
Newegg.com - ASUS UL50 Series UL50Vt-A1 NoteBook Intel Core 2 Duo SU7300(1.30GHz) 15.6" 4GB Memory 500GB HDD 5400rpm DVD Super Multi NVIDIA GeForce G210M + Intel GMA 4500MHD - Laptops / Notebooks

And you can boost it up to 1.7GHz (some have reports of it going a little over 2GHz as well). That notebook is one I was looking at getting to replace my current one sometime because of its higher battery life and I'm in college.
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