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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by vxmqzz, Jun 9, 2009.
what's the model ? so far all apple told us is the speed etc
2.26 is the P8400
2.53 is the P8700
2.66 is the P8800
2.8 is the T9600 or the P9700. You can't tell from what Apple has provided us. The only difference is the TDP. 28W on the P9700 and 35W on the T9600.
3.06 is the T9900
The 2.66 is not a P8800. Its a T9550, same clock but different TDP.
The 2.93 is a T9800 (don't think the previous poster mentioned that).
I forget what the 2.4 was.
I'm assuming the OP was asking about the Mid 2009 model and I gave him the procs for those models where P8800 is used.
whoops, already posted by sneakz...
Did not know the 2.66 came in 8800... also found out that the P8800 has a 3MB cache versus the T9550's 6MB cache (which the 2.66 mbp has...)
Anyone know what the 2.4 was?
So the new 13" MBP is using a processor that's a year old?
2.4 was the P8600
All these processors are over a year old (at least most of them). The 13 inch uMBP has either one of these processors, not sure on the cache size because apple hasn't specified it:
SP9300 (2.26, 6MB cache) 25W TDP
P8400 (2.26, 3MB cache) 25W TDP
I believe these are over a year old. Either way they are still decent processors.
Apple states on their site. I'll copy & paste it from the site with OS 3.0.