Originally Posted by grendata
I'm looking at getting a laptop and was wondering if there was any noticable difference in most programs/games (such as Farcry) between a P-M 1.86GHz and a 2.0GHz or if they perform...
Its just different part serial numbers for the drives. There is no difference in the harddrives. I deal with this at work all the time, gets annoying when the same type of part has like 3 or 4 different part serial numbers.
just read a lot of guides and reviews.
Here are some of the places that you can learn about this kinda stuff:
Also read through a couple of forum posts....
FC4: You do know, the last time I checked, it isnt exactly easy to make programs.
Also, that is really an estimate based on an estimate on the amount of atoms in our galaxy multiplied by an estimated total number of galaxies in the...
Not going to happen.
First: Intel already has 64-bit cpus, they are the 6xx series for the desktop. Intel is not going to just throw away all the R&D and development cost of these chips to develop a 128-bit chip that will cost a...
Originally Posted by madmook1
We all know the Intel Centrino brand, right? OK.
The latest iteration (revision, generation, etc.) of Centrino is called Sonoma.
Sonoma consists of the Alviso chipset...
Originally Posted by sincitymedic
just when i thought i had come to grips w/ some of this, you shake it up!! so, what is the difference b/t a Dothan & a Sonoma? & then what about a Pentium M? ...
There's a bit of confusion regarding the Pentium M's compatibility with desktop Pentium 4 motherboards. Remember that although the Pentium M is electrically...
centrino vs dothan is a rhetorical question. One is included in the other. Centrino is a marketing name used by Intel to describe laptops that come with either a banias or dothan cpu, intel chipset, and intel wireless. CENTRINO IS NOT A...