Intel's Celeron M 410 was designed from the ground up for mobile computing. Built on a 65nm architecture it needs less power to do its job. Less power means less heat, and more importantly, longer battery life. Keep your laptop AND your lap happy and cooler!
This would also make a great media server processor when put in to a Socket M barebone system. The low heat would allow it to be tucked into an entertainment center with no problems.
Pros: NONE this processor cant play games it is VERY slow and it is no worth $100 i would suggest at least a 1.8GHz if you really wanted your money to be useful dont get this
Cons: It is slow it LAGS LIKE CRAZY! you cant play any new games and it overheats very fast.
Other Thoughts: i hope this was useful and DONT GET THIS PRODUCT!
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Value for Media PC
Pros: Sooooo cheap. Noooo Heat. OC'd to 1.65 w/o trouble. Didn't try any higher. Didn't even need to OC at all, but what they hey. Dropped it back down to stock for normal use.
Cons: My workstation uses the 775 socket. I think I like that quite a bit better, but I had no trouble with the 478, other than maybe limited motherboard options, and I found one that works just fine.
Other Thoughts: I haven't done a load test on this, but it idles at 40C in BIOS with a fifteen-dollar after-market Thermaltake HSF.
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Nice Chip For the Money
Pros: The 533Mhz FSB on this chip coupled with some 533Mhz DDR2 RAM in Dual Mode makes this inexpensive chip quite the little contender.
Cons: Duh - it only runs at a lowly 1.46Ghz, but that's why it has such a low price!
Other Thoughts: Chip gets kinda hot though - maybe that's why it has a low clockspeed.
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