Enhanced SpeedStep driver available
ducrot at poupinou.org
Wed Aug 18 02:50:50 PDT 2004
On Wed, Aug 18, 2004 at 12:52:30PM +0400, Anton Nikiforov wrote:
> >Pentium 4 M is the mobile version of a Pentium 4 and capable of speed step.
> >Pentium M is a complete new processor and not a mobile version of any
> >other. Indeed it is based on the Pentium 3 layout (but only based ;) ).
> >Centrino is no processor at all. Centrino is the name for a hardware
> > - Intel Pentium M (no Pentium 4!)
> > - Intel Chipset (with or without onboard graphic)
> > - Intel Wireless-LAN adapter
> >If one of this partsis missing on a system it must not be called Centrino
> >(that's Intel politics).
> >I hope i could achieve clarification. This discussions are seen anywhere
> >and many don't really know the diferences ;)
> >If I'm wrong in any part, please let me know.
> Yes. You are 100% right (IMHO).
> But it is very good idea to have speedstep on Anton's Vaio or on my
> compaq and on many-many other's notebooks with P-IV :)
> Or if i did not quite catch something and the speedstep tech is
> different - it is pitty thing :(
I will provide soon one this week unless someone else beat me. Will
work with intel chipset only though.
-- Which is worse: ignorance or apathy?
-- Don't know. Don't care.
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