DFI's 855GME-MGF motherboard has been receiving a fair amount
of attention in recent months due to its Socket 479 Pentium M support.
When an Intel Pentium M is utilized in conjunction with one of these
Socket 479 desktop motherboards, the high performance level can be quite
shocking. Although we're running the Pentium M 750 notebook at stock
speeds in this article, we've posted some results to demonstrate Intel's
mobile capabilities under Linux. Hitting the bench today is an
IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad R52 with 1.86GHz Pentium M processor, i915 Express
Chipset, 512MB DDR2, and an ATI X300 utilizing GCC 4.0 and the Linux
2.6.12 kernel. Read on at Phoronix.