Originally Posted by ziddey
and hey, in the interim, you can pinmod the celeron and make it 533fsb.
i know celeries dont have speedstep but can you do any type of throttling with say rmclock? odcm even? i'm...
Originally Posted by totheunreached
I am wanting to buy a laptop (debating between 6000 and 9300)
1. I am wondering if i can buy the celeron version an later upgrade the processor to a 725 and pin-mod...
Originally Posted by jmmmmm
Wow, I don't care. That actually changes nothing about my question, nor the differences between the computers. If you aren't going to answer the question, move along and just...
And again someone not knowing the difference between a chipset and a cpu.
Dothan is a pentium-m cpu.
Sonoma is a pentium-m chipset capable of doing 533 and 400 FSB (depending on the used cpu, which can be celeron-m, banias or dothan).
Originally Posted by Camride
I have the 760 and it's plenty for me, but I, like most people here, don't use any extremely intensive apps. If you're doing normal laptop stuff like surfing, Word, or even CAD and...
Yes, he is definetely "search button lazy".
There are some threads in this forum already explaining all about undervolting, i8kfangui and so on, search for them, read them, understand them and than decide how you want to act.
Originally Posted by DirkBelig
I b*tched up a storm about it here last summer, but with two different 9-cell batteries, I got no more than 3-3.5 hours on mine, doing simple Word work with the screen at...