Eurocom Panther 2.0 notebook gets Intel Core i7-990X

Eurocom Corporation has refreshed its beast -the  Panther 2.0 desktop replacement laptop with Intel’s new high performance hexa-core i7-990X Extreme Edition processor, plus adds a wider range of configurable options to customize your system.

The 17.3-inch Panther 2.0 can be packed with AMD Radeon HD6970M or NVIDIA GTX 485M video cards, 24GB of RAM, up to 4 drives (HDDs  and SSDs)  for RAID 0/1/5/10 and over 3.25TB of storage, DVD or Blu-ray optical drive and plenty of other peripherals and accessories. The new processor (runs at 3.46GHz) option will cost you additional $1200 to almost juicy $2,500 start price.

Eurocom Panther 2.0 laptop

Intel Core i7 990X Extreme Edition features:

  • 3.46 GHz core speed
  • Up to 3.73 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology
  • 6 cores
  • 12 threads
  • 12 MB Cache
  • 3 Channels DDR3 1066 MHz memory
  • 32nm manufacturing process technology
  • 6.4 GT/s Bus Speed

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