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Intel Corporation today announced six new mobile processors, including its highest-performing mobile processor to date, the Mobile Intel Pentium 4-M at 2.40GHz and also the new integrated graphics chipset for mobile personal computers based on Quad Pumped Bus architecture: the Intel 852GM.

Intel Pentium 4-M 2.40GHz processor does not bring us something new in terms of features. The processor utilises 400MHz Quad Pumped Bus, provides 512KB of L2 cache and works at 1.3V at full speed. In battery mode, the CPU functions at 1.20GHz and the core voltage descends to 1.2V. According to Intel, the average power dissipated by the Pentium 4-M 2.40GHz in power-saving mode does not exceed 2W. When working at full speed, the CPU consumer 30.8W of energy, while in battery mode it uses only 20.8W. The processor costs $562 in 1000 units quantities.

i852GM, the former Montara-GML, is developed for Intel Mobile Celeron and Pentium 4-M processors. It supports 400MHz Quad Pumped Bus, AGP 2x/4x and power management features, including the EIST (Enhanced Intel Speed Step), Deep Sleep, Deeper Sleep, ACPI and so on. The novelty will utilise the PC1600 and PC2100 DDR SDRAM memory and share it with the integrated graphics core. The i852 GMCH is combined with the mobile version of ICH4 I/O controller with USB 2.0 support.

In addition, Intel today announced ULV (Ultra Low Voltage) Mobile Intel Pentium III Processor - 933MHz and 900MHz, Mobile Celeron 2.0GHz CPU, Mobile Celeron LV 866MHz and Mobile Celeron ULV 800MHz processors.

Systems based on the new mobile processors are available from leading computer makers worldwide.

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