NOW AVAILABLE: ENVY 15-32XX Intel Ivy Bridge (AMD 7750M)

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  1. yknyong1

    yknyong1 Radiance with Radeon

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    It's here for US and most APAC consumers!
    ENVY 15t ordering page


    3 June 2012
    It is fine now.


    WARNING: Don't order yet unless you are willing to take the risk that they may ship you a 15t-3000 series. "Customize your ENVY 15t-3000 series"

    It should say 15t-3200 series actually.





    Found in http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c03178058.pdf

    Supports up to 16384-GB of system RAM @ 1333-MHz, supports up to 8192-GB of system RAM @ 1600-MHz,

    Also of interest: "System board equipped with the Intel HM65 PCH (includes replacement thermal material):
    Equipped with the Intel 7750M chipset (includes 1 GB of discrete graphics
    subsystem memory)
    679814-001" - believed to be Intel HM76 chipset as per HP Parfsurfer below.

    HP Partsurfer.

    679814-001 In stock
    SYSTEM BOARD HM76 7750M/1G - DSC
    551.95

    We were unable to match the part number to a list of available models.

    HM76, similar to HM65 in product placing
    [​IMG]

    The ENVY 15 is slated to have the AMD HD 7750M 1GB in the next iteration.


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  2. necrophyte

    necrophyte Notebook Evangelist

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    hm65 or hm76?
    thats quite a difference since the 76 should be the chipset coming along with the 22nm cpu tick, featuring native usb 3.0 (and thunderbolt?) support.
     
  3. yknyong1

    yknyong1 Radiance with Radeon

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    Clarified in OP. HM76.
    I believe the ENVY 15 outlook will not be changed, considering it is a new design and the system board mentioned is supposed to fit in nicely. However, I do not think that Ivy Bridge or the 7750M brings about a big increase in performance. At most 10%.
     
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    independent1 Notebook Guru

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    This manual is from November 2011... There is a lot subject to change.
     
  5. jhl1989

    jhl1989 Notebook Consultant

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    Sooo... does anyone think that HP will correct all the issues that the present HP Envy had in this HP Envy?
     
  6. necrophyte

    necrophyte Notebook Evangelist

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    according to the leaked specs, which seem quite reliable, the 7750m seems to be some 30% stronger (compute performance) than the 7690m:
    Possible AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series Specs Revealed

    and the jump from sandy bridge to ivy bridge also will be at least as big as from 1st gen i-core to sandy bridge.
     
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    yknyong1 Radiance with Radeon

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    Once HP Partsurfer lists the part, it's there to stay.

    Ivy Bridge is a die shrink of SNB with a modest increase in IPC. The hardware forums has a thread with data on the 3920XM. There is no way we will see that much of an increase. More probably like from Merom to Penryn.

    The specs you are referencing came from the Desktop GPUs. Traditionally x700m series mobile GPUs are derived from x600 series Desktop GPUs with clock speed reduced. Why would there be such a huge jump from 7690M to 7750M? It should look like the difference from 6650M to 6750M.
     
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    we don't have an eta right? perhaps end of april?
     
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    devsk Notebook Evangelist

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    does it make sense to hold off buying ENvy 15/17 for these? Curren Envy line is plagued by issues.
     
  10. CompUG

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    Hold off Ivy Bridge, is going be released in April and I believe there is an upcoming computer trade show. So I believe we will see a slew of Ivy bridge, I am holding out for a 14inch..
     
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