Toshiba Qosmio X 500-13R ReviewToshiba Qosmio X 500-13R is a notebook for gaming, built on the platform from Intel-Intel Core 2010 processor with an Intel Quad Core i7-740QM, 8 GB DDR3.

The motherboard is built around the Intel HM55 chipset, Mobile, it benefits from the technology of Anti-Theft. Although the dimensions affecting interchangeability between supports technologies dedicated to the graphics card and integrated, it is not active for this model. This affects in a considerable measure of autonomy of notebook.

Processor: Intel Core i7-740QM is a quad core with Hyper Threading and Intel Turbo Boost enabled. Thus, we have 8 threads at a frequency default 1.73 GHz, which can climb up to 2.93 GHz in Turbo Boost mode. Intel Core i7-740QM represents the entry-level Clarksfield family website. Has a L3 cache, 6 MB compared to the rest of the quad core family Clarksfield.

The specifications of the Intel Core i7-740QM are the following:

Frequency normal-1.73 GHz
Frequency Turbo-2.93 GHz
Accordance/Threads: 4, 8 Threads in accordance
Cache-MB Smart Cache (L3)
Max TDP: 45W

Memory: Toshiba Qosmio X 500-13R come with the maximum memory that can support the processor i7-740QM. A quantity of 8 GB which meet any application that requires a large amount of memory. The 8 GB of DDR3 RAM, working in mode-1066, composed of two plates of 4 GB of Samsung.

Video card: GeForce GTX 460M model is part of the 400 series from Nvidia, with 1.5 GB of GDDR5 memory along with a bandwidth of 192 bit, managed to cope with any game mode, full HD 1080p, it would be advisable in some games to drop to AA.

External connectivity of Toshiba Qosmio X 500-13R is sufficient to cover the needs of any user. It has a gigabit network card, wireless card compatible with Draft N and BlueTooth v2.1 EDR (Enhanced Data Rate).