My Latitude D800 gets nice and toasty. It's a huge monster made of plastic.Heat, as Eidorian noted, is a problem. Sure, PC vendors build "laptops" with all sorts of hot CPUs in them, but they are monstrosities.
hmmm, why would you say 5GHz of processing power, coz CPU's speed doesnt adds up like that, 2 CPUs in 1 chip means at the same time, the 2 CPUs can run simultaneously at a certain speed (i.e 2.6Ghz), and the highest they can go without overclocking is still 2.6Ghz Just that if the application which is written to make use of the both CPUs to run at the same time, it will have a speed boost. Maybe there are some misunderstandings that need to be sorted out.I guess then it will be safest to wait for 45nm processors that go 3GHz next Spring. I was hoping for at least 2.6GHz so I could say it was more than 5GHz of power.
Oh, no no, certainly not. I'm talking about the guy who first brought it up this year.I assume you're not speaking directly to me, as it was dinjin who dug it up... and not I.