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MacBook PRO Intel I7 processor type?


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Hi,

does anyone knows which model of I7 the MacbookPro 15inch comes with?

i know there are some models which are dual cores and some of quad cores (like 920xm).

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I7-620M

Two cores with Hyperthreading - so four threads - max Turbo boost is 3.33 Ghz.

Intel's current pricing for this chip is $332 ea in thousand unit lots. That's for the non-halogen free chip. Apple uses halogen free chips in their machines and don't have a clue how much more that costs.

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