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Old 02-02-2006, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Where can I find a resource showing basic relative performance between Pentium 4-M and Pentium M processors, gauging one's clockspeed against the other's? For example, a customer is asking for a notebook with a "3.0GHz processor". He's obviously thinking in terms of Pentium 4. What Pentium M approaches that performance level?

I've looked everywhere and contacted Intel. They won't help.

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I would say a P-M 2-2.13ghz

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Is a 2.0ghz pm better than a 2.0ghz p4m?
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