Intel to ship mobile gaming 'extreme' processor

Intel has shown that it's by no means bored of courting the gaming community by giving details of a gaming-focused mobile CPU to be delivered in the second half of this year.

The new processor, announced ahead of the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing, is based on the existing Merom (Core 2 Duo) part, but it will be 'unlocked' to allow for overclocking. More interestingly, it will also sport Enhanced Dynamic Acceleration technology. This means the part will be given a nominal clock speed rating for dual-core operation, but will increase its speed beyond that rating for single-threaded operation.

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