Re: A question on Pentium M's
Yes, but that makes the architecture inefficient.
As I've said before; no one should be buying any of the current Pentium 4's. In fact, I'll also throw in the Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Editions, and Celerons (except Celeron M).
So if you are looking to buy a laptop, then Pentium M with DDR2 memory is the way to go, unless you can find a VIA C7-M laptop anywhere.
Windows XP Pro 17" LCD Monitor (1280 x 1024)
nForce3 250 Chipset Athlon 64 2800+ w/ C'n'Q
1 x 512MB DDR400 CL3 SDRAM 40GB IDE 7,200rpm HDD (8MB Cache)
nVidia GeForce MX420 64MB PCI On-Board Audio