Intel Duo Core

I have been searching all day for a desktop motherboard that support the Intel Duo Core T2500. Does anyone have any insight?
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  1. You're searching for a non existing thing.

    There's no way a mobile chip could be fit into a desktop mobo.
  2. hmm

    wno it spossible what abotu SFF PC's? they use Pentium M

    but anywya su'd be better off with an AMD X2 or a Pentium D
  3. Quote:
    You're searching for a non existing thing.

    There's no way a mobile chip could be fit into a desktop mobo.



    here is a 478 to 479(mobile cpu) converter try this it is for asus mainboards so far it is listed to 1.7ghz single core but this is an old review and im sure it would have been updated technically for the newer cpus

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/CT-479
  4. Thanks anyway but it would require the 945 or higher chipset to support the dual core. Not really a waste considering it beats the 3800 x2 in every test and and is fairly equal to the 4200 x2 in most tests only clocked at 2.0Ghz on the 65nm so you know with the right motherboard serious overclocks would be possible.
    I know they made desktop boards for the intel M but couldnt find anything on the new chips maybee ill wait a bit and see what happens.
  5. if u OC the 3800 it will pwn


    and hey

    Cnet agrees with me tha t a3800 pwns the intel EE in gaming'
    http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-10442_7-6389077-3.html?tag=lnav

    get an Opty if ur gonna OC
  6. Yes thanks pengwin,
    Is everyone in these forums an AMD enthusist?

    A 3800+ X2 requires a 110watts not over clocked.

    A T2500 Duo requires 31watts and beats the 3800 x2.

    Yes I know the AMD will release 65nm in the future but I was looking for now.
    Thanks.
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