What is the difference???

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overclocker1

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Hey guys its good to be back in tech forums!
I have a question that probablly most of you guys already know but whats the difference between intel centrino and petium-m processors? i only know that cetrino is meant for wireless capabilities and stuff like that but is there any other difference between these 2 processors?
 

DJ-CHRIS

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Don't link him to that BS

Centrino is not a CPU, centrino is a combo of an Intel motherboard, Intel Pentium-M CPU and Intel Intergrated Wireless.

EDIT: On a second look, it isnt intel marketing bs :amazed:
 

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I have a similar question, whatÂ’s the comparison between the Centrinos and Pentium Ms. I know the Centrinos take up less energy, but what about GHzs?? What CentrinoÂ’s comparable to Pentium (M) 2.5 GHz?
 

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Gamer_RPK said:
I have a similar question, whatÂ’s the comparison between the Centrinos and Pentium Ms. I know the Centrinos take up less energy, but what about GHzs?? What CentrinoÂ’s comparable to Pentium (M) 2.5 GHz?
Did you not see what Chris said? Centrino is a combination of all of the technologies in the entire laptop. Everything is smaller, generates less heat, takes up less power, and it's wireless. I believe that the Pentium M is used in Centrino machines as well.
 

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Yeah, Centrino can't be compared to a Pentium M since they are different things. Centrino uses Pentium M.
 
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