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Originally Posted by Krunk_Kracker
Wait, it was my understanding that 478 and 479 were the same socket, just one was mobile and the other wasn't...is there a difference?
No there is a different pin placement

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First, the Pentium M is inserted into Socket 479 which is pin-compatible neither with LGA775 nor with Socket 478. It seems to be easy to remove this problem by simply adjusting the mainboard’s wiring. But the problem is the input/output buffers of the Pentium M use a different signaling voltage than ordinary chipsets. The I/O buffers of the Pentium 4 use the same voltage as the core, but the Pentium M’s buffers work at a voltage reduced by 1.05V. This is the reason for the Pentium M to be so poorly compatible with classic chipsets.
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post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701
Yes mate they are A complete Different socket type just one more pin than 478..I know its lame..But to get 479 to work on a 478 board i beleive theres an adapter out there.
Yes heres an adapter on sale on an online store

https://usm.channelonline.com/ddcsto...?id=M002377020
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130539

This msi board has 478/479 support and has pci-express

EDIT: no, wait, I'm wrong. ixnay on ocketsay ompatibilitycay.
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Originally Posted by Mjolnir
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813130539

This msi board has 478/479 support and has pci-x (if that matters to you)

EDIT: no, wait, I'm wrong. ixnay on ocketsay ompatibilitycay.
Wait, that will accept both sockets?

Is the 915GM a good chipset?
 
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Yes heres an adapter on sale on an online store

https://usm.channelonline.com/ddcsto...?id=M002377020
Thats sweet wondered where these things where.
post #16 of 17
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Originally Posted by Krunk_Kracker
Wait, that will accept both sockets?

Is the 915GM a good chipset?

No, sorry, I was mistaken on the compatibility, but the 915GM is a mobile chipset. It is however, one of the few 478s with PCI-x support, though.
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post #17 of 17
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Originally Posted by Mjolnir
No, sorry, I was mistaken on the compatibility, but the 915GM is a mobile chipset. It is however, one of the few 478s with PCI-x support, though.
From what i know the MAIN 478 PCI-E motherboards are the ASROCK or ASUS and ASROCK ones being the better make simply from the benchmarks but as its not an actual 479 board you would have to get an adapter to convert the socket from 478 to 479.
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