Turion64 for the desktop

Subject: Processors | February 23, 2006 - 04:21 PM |
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Silent PC Review goes through a very comprehensive look at running the Turion64 on a desktop system.  They cover everything, from why you might want to do it, to how to go about doing it, and more.  Give them a moment of your time, see if they can help your next silent build.

"It seemed to take forever, but our ambitious article on running AMD's mobile 64-bit CPUs on

socket 754 desktop boards is finally done. We examined the power efficiency, cost and

implementation details of Turion 64 ML44, ML40, MT40 and MT34 models, along side Athlon 64-3200+

and Intel Pentium M 770 CPUs. It's a complicated, sprawling piece, far from being the last word on

the topic (of Turion 64 on the desktop), but a good intro and overview."


Here are some more Processor articles from around the web:


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