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Intel Pentium M 780 in a desktop PC

Posted on Thursday, June 23 2005 @ 20:32:00 CEST by


The Asus CT-479 Adapter enables you to install a Pentium M processor in an ordinary desktop computer. X-bit Labs checked out the performance of the Pentium M 780 2.26GHz processor.
Fortunately, another opportunity for crossing the Pentium M series with desktop computers was found. Despite its close relation to the Pentium III, the Pentium M uses the Quad Pumped Bus, and the engineers from ASUS developed a special adapter that allows installing mobile CPUs of the Pentium M class into ordinary mainboards for Pentium 4 processors. We’re going to check this prodigious gadget in this review and see what performance the Pentium M can offer to you if used in a desktop PC. We will start with a short description of the Pentium M architecture.
The review can be found X-bit Labs



 



 

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