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    Which Mobile CPU is better?

    For a Laptop (Cheers Mr A)

    Mobile AMD Sempron
    or
    Mobile AMD Athlon™ XP-M
    or
    Mobile Intel® Pentium 4 ™ technology
    or
    Mobile Intel® Centrino™ technology

    I miust admit i'm getting a little confused over which one to choose....

    I'm just after overall performance, not particularly gaming...

    Cheers

    Last edited by aeonf242; 11-09-2004 at 04:08 PM.

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    if this is for a pc? the xp2400-m gets my vote, its better than the xp2500-m becasue it runs at 1.35v compared to the 2500-m's 1.4v so it will allow much more overclockability, im not too savvy on the rest, but i know that this is the best of the AMD bunch
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    Cheers Mr A....It's for a Laptop.

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    P4 for Performance (Depending on what speed)

    Centrino for battery life, but also have decent performance

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    whooops,, well then ill stick with Cr4ig, P4 for performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_anderson187
    if this is for a pc? the xp2400-m gets my vote, its better than the xp2500-m becasue it runs at 1.35v compared to the 2500-m's 1.4v so it will allow much more overclockability, im not too savvy on the rest, but i know that this is the best of the AMD bunch
    Do you have personal experience of this chip?

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    yes my cousin has the 2400-m in his machine, and his brother has the the 2500-m in his machine, and i think the 2400m gets 0.05ghz better overclock

    and have read up on these both as i was considering buying the 2400 for my board until i realised i needed a pin mod and the hassle wasnt really worth it
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_anderson187
    yes my cousin has the 2400-m in his machine, and his brother has the the 2500-m in his machine, and i think the 2400m gets 0.05ghz better overclock

    and have read up on these both as i was considering buying the 2400 for my board until i realised i needed a pin mod and the hassle wasnt really worth it
    Cheers A

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    No bother
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    There's some chit chat about it here aswell

    http://forums.invisionpower.com/lofi...p/t104995.html

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    didnt know they did seprom mobiles yet....but if they do that would be the best value for money - best power / performance ratio id say

    pentium m, for integrated wireless, and good battery life

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