Quick question for those with experience with computers: I have a HP nc6000 laptop right now, with a 845MP chipset in it. It has a 400 MHz FSB for the processor, and I have a 1.6 GHz Banias Pentium-M in it. Would it be possible to plug in a 533 MHz Dothan Pentium-M running at 1.86 GHz? I can get a Dothan processor for cheap, and I'm not too concerned about losing the additional clock cycles. I'm more interested in having more L2 cache and the lower voltage the Dothan core runs at. If anyone can clarify this, I'd be very grateful.
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1/31/08 at 12:10pm