Notebook sets record
Fans of notebook gaming computers will want to take notice of this bit of news. Eurocom has announced that its Panther 2.0 gaming notebook has broken a record for 3Dmark 2006. The new notebook has managed to score 22,669 points on the 3Dmark 2006 benchmark.
The machine that made the record setting run has a pair of CrossFireX AMD HD6970M GPU and uses an Intel i7 Extreme 980X CPU inside. The machine has 12GB of DDR3 RAM at 1333MHz, and a 500GB Seagate hybrid storage drive. The same notebook scored P22667 in 3DMark Vantage.
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“It’s a workstation-calibre computer complete with built-in Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) in a 12 pound notebook form factor,” said Mark Bialic, President of Eurocom. “This is one extremely fast notebook that offers workstation calibre capabilities. It is designed to replace traditional desktop based workstations. It offers incredibly high ROI by allowing companies to be more productive and offer new “on the go” CAD/CAM services while greatly reducing overall IT management costs.”