Originally Posted by epp_b
Higher GHz does mean more power to an extent. There's a point at which other aspects surpass it such as L2 cache, CPC, etc., but I have a hard time believing that a Pentium M at any...
The nc8200, or how to ruin a good machine in HP style - why stick a damn widescreen in this machine (no regular SXGA+ option)?
Just seeing the whole industry moving towards widescreen and forcing you to adopt it makes me puke. Ugh.
Interesting - the nc8000 has an airtake in place of the 3 LEDs of your nc6000.
If you have SXGA+, then your resolution should be 1400x1050
Out of curiosity - how does it perform noise-wise? Is it completely silent when idle?
Your thinking is interesting marzenta, but I guess it's not a definite answer to the "interpolation" problem. And, yes, I unfortunately have to agree about the CRT part.
My old 1024x768 screen (XGA) scaled very nicely....
Computers are getting increasingly faster... and increasingly hotter, too. This forum is crammed with posts asking how to reduce fan noise or computer heat. Some of you guys are even ready to downclock the processor to win an extra...