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SubjectRe: what processor family does intel core duo L2400 belong to?
One more thing:
http://prisguide.hardware.no/product.php?product_id=39908&view=productinfo

It turns out the socket is "Socket 479M" ... thats pentium-m isn't it?

This also seems to agree its pentium-m:
http://www.answers.com/topic/intel-processor-confusion

By the way, these results came from a google of "L2400 prescott", so its
not like my google is swaying this one way or another

Therefore, i'm going with pentium-m!

Thanks for the help guys,
George


Barry K. Nathan wrote:
> On 6/8/06, George Nychis <gnychis@cmu.edu> wrote:
>
>> Put me in your shoes, what would you test to see which one is the true
>> choice?
>
>
> I'd start by seeing which one (if either) will boot the system (with
> CONFIG_X86_GENERIC disabled). In the past, when I've had trouble
> deciding, this has actually eliminated more possibilities than you
> might expect.
>
> Beyond that, I don't know for certain what I would test with. Perhaps
> I'd start with lmbench, or if I was using the system for 3D stuff,
> perhaps framerates from glxgears or a 3D game. If I was using the
> system for network stuff, I'd run network benchmarks. (Perhaps disk
> benchmarks would be good too, but my experience is that network
> performance tends to suffer first and/or more severely, especially if
> Gigabit Ethernet or slow CPU's are involved.)
>
> If both choices boot, the performance difference may be quite small.
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