The Pentium M comes clocked at speeds ranging up to 2.1Ghz but seem to perform equally good as a Pentium 4 running at 3Ghz+. Much like the A64 it does more operations per clock cycle then the P4.
Intel does not want this Pentium M to be used in desktop PC's so you won't see a Dell or HP tower with an "M" tag any time soon. Third party motherboard manufacturers however have taken it upon themselves to give the enthusiast a possibility to run these laptops CPU in desktop motherboards.
So let's read on to find out exactly how to set up and overclock one of these Pentium M powered machines.
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