Originally Posted by adinu
My ml-30 came at a stock voltage of 1.45, and during prime, it would climb up to 65* C. I was able to undervolt it to 1.15 and with this voltage, the temp never never goes over 54* no...
Will this type of method (underclocking and undervolting) as they show used on a Pentium M, be usable on a Turion processor? I'm curious, because then I'd consider getting one over a PM
All great input, thanks for helping my understand guys, that really helped.
@flanken, yes that included a CRT monitor.
@Sager, since when do desktops cost 3-5k? That's a ridiculous amount of money when you can build a quite decent one...