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if i were you id feel very happy lol omg if you got a different processor though..you would murder your freind
    
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To the processor, ya that sucks but you know what I'm not even sure you can put non-PM's in this motherboard, and really is it worth it? I'm glad I'd "murder" my friend because he's kind of a c0cky a$$ sometimes but he somehow seems to remain my friend. (Hey, in my opinion, were all asses at some point!) Hes cool though. I am thinking about buying myself a P4 64-bit 3.6 single core proc, mobo with sli capabilities, a 7900 of some kind and about 4 gigs of ddr2 667. So once I can come up with the $1500 to do that I'll use my laptop as a "portable powerhouse" when needed. AKA showing off at my friends house.

What is a good driver cleaner by the way?
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well its because of your processor i hate to say these things...but the pentium m is not meant for gaming in any way..if you had a better processor your score would shoot up and so would the fps in oblivion

its a HUGE bottleneck..
You obviously dont know what your talking about. The Pentium-M is better then a Athlon64 at gaming. At 2.5 ghz or so it beats a FX-57.
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I have the 1.86ghz thats better than an Athlon? because I just learned that the P-M is a socket 478, and I just happen to have a 800fsb 2.66 ghz P4 socket 478 laying around...
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I have the 1.86ghz thats better than an Athlon? because I just learned that the P-M is a socket 478, and I just happen to have a 800fsb 2.66 ghz P4 socket 478 laying around...
No, the pentium M is socket 479. And the pentium-M would be alot better at gaming.
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Yeah th doathon pentuim m is great...when oc'd though. But I think the mobos are hard to get with pci-e, and the ones that do have it are expensive. You may be able to squeeze another few mhz out of the cpu, and loosen the bottleneck.
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I dont think that this motherboard has overclocking enabled. If it did I would definatly check into Oc'ing it though. My motherboard in this DOES have PCI Express. I have the 6800 go but for some reason, as said earlier, NVIDIA drivers seem to think it is the standard 6800 GS. Ive spoken with dell and they tell me that the video card in here is a standard desktop card, except it dosnt have a fan, which kinda sucks.

If you know how to OC my proc though it would be interesting to play with. Also how do I enable more pipelines? I'm running 12 right now, I've read elsewhere you can have up to 16 is that correct? I read a tutorial on how to enable all of them but they specifically said it would not work on a PCI Express card. Is there a way to do either of these, OC'ing my Proc and adding pipelines?
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I just ran 3dmark05 and got this... (see attached file) Also my CpuMark was 4217. Are these numbers acceptable...


P.S. Since the last time I posted I've OC'd my videocard to 354 mhz core, and 719 memory. These are accpetable values also are they not?
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