Dell to Allow Overclocking on Core 2 Duo Notebooks

Subject: Mobile | October 12, 2006 - 01:58 PM |

Well, not on all of them, but on some of them it seems; namely the new XPS M1710 notebook that we reviewed back in July.   This new model will feature the Core 2 Duo T7600G or T7200 CPUs and 512MB GeForce Go 7950 GTX or 256MB GeForce Go 7900 GS cards from NVIDIA.  And if you get the daddy-mack configuration, Dell is going to give you the keys to overclocking that dual core processor all on your own.

Powered by Intel®  CoreTM  2 Duo

The next generation of Intel dual-core processors have arrived. The Intel Core 2 Duo offers adrenaline-rush performance, giving up to two times the CPU speed for gaming and entertainment versus the Pentium®  M chip.1


Genuine Windows®  XP Media Center Edition 2005

Genuine Windows®  XP Media Center Edition 2005 offers enhanced multimedia handling and management versus Genuine Windows®  XP Home Edition, letting you take control of your home and mobile entertainment experience.

The XPS 1710 is Windows® VistaTM  Capable. To learn more, see


Raw Power Unleashed

Take the gloves off with the fierce and unrelenting performance of the Intel Core 2 Duo T7600G processor. Putting 2.33GHz of raw power at the heart of your machine, this extreme-performance technology is not only one of the fastest mobile processors available.

Source: engadget

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