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The chart below shows official prices of Intel Core i7-4710HQ, i7-4710MQ, i7-4960HQ, i7 Mobile Extreme Edition i7-2920XM and i7-3720QM processors:
Q: Is it possible to upgrade my Core i7-4960HQ processor?
A: No. Processors like this one are soldered on a board, as a result, upgrading or replacing them is extremely difficult.
Core i7-4960HQ Overclocking
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Intel cuts prices of mobile processors
Dec 29, 2013
: Intel today lowered prices on a handful of Core i5 and Core i7 mobile
processors, as well as on a few desktop CPUs for All In One systems.
The company also dropped prices on budget mobile Celeron CPUs, cutting
them by at least 13%, and as much as 22% - 26% on selected models.
Overall, the prices were cut by an average of 13.4%.
New Intel mobile CPUs launched
Sep 02, 2013
: Yesterday Intel launched large number of Haswell and Ivy Bridge
based microprocessors for desktop market. The most noteworthy products
there were new Pentium and Core i3 CPUs, implemented on Haswell
microarchitecture. Along with desktop chips, Intel also released very
impressive lineup of mobile processors, starting from standard
and ultra-low power Celerons, and up to Core i7 high-performance model
with Iris Pro graphics.
Intel desktop and mobile roadmaps leaked
Jul 26, 2013
: Yesterday VR-Zone
several slides from Intel desktop and mobile roadmaps. The slides
do not have much of new information, with the exception of a launch
date of Broadwell mobile processors. Last month,
reported that Broadwell mobile CPUs will be available in the first
half of 2014. Apparently, the launch was postponed until the second
half of the year.