Alienware M11x gets torn down, earthly components found inside
Vlad Savov|March 9, 2010 6:05 AM
T410 undressing yesterday, today we've come across a comprehensive teardown of Alienware's gamer-friendly M11x ultraportable. Touted as the world's most powerful 11-inch notebook, this is certainly one of the most tightly packed, with the battery and CPU cooling solution taking up more than half of the real estate, while the hard drive, memory, and wireless modules leave just enough room for an asymmetric speaker arrangement. From this strategic view, the examination moves into a very finely detailed investigation of the onboard components, including the particulars of the heatpipe-equipped heatsink, the SU7300 CULV processor, and the GT 335M GPU from NVIDIA. The whole thing culminates with the weighing of all the important parts, leaving us with pretty much no mysteries about this decidedly manmade machine.
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