Any current comparisons of the Pentium M (up to 1.8 GHz) to the 2.4-2.8 GHz standard p4 laptop CPU's?
Still, the Mobile Pentium 4's performance lead in the notebook space may be short-lived. Intel is supposed to roll out a new "Dothan" Pentium M core later this year that will reportedly be built using 0.09-micron process technology, have higher clock speeds, and feature a massive 2MB L2 cache. As always, there's something better just over the horizon.
^^ What is the current situation here?
Dell XPS Gen 5. Intel 955X Express. Pentium D 830 (3.0 Ghz). 4Gb DDR-677 Corsair. Sapphire Radeon HD 4650. Audigy 2zs. Seagate 500Gb, 160Gb. Leadtek WinFast TV200XP Deluxe.