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Old 31st January 2005, 22:13   #1
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Default Intel Centrino Overclocking Guide

entrino is actually just a branding programme notebooks that use a combination of three core components from Intel :

+ Intel Pentium M processor
+ Intel i855/i915 chipset
+ Intel PRO/Wireless module

Although many people have associated Centrino with the Pentium M processor, that's not true at all. A notebook can use the Intel Pentium M processor and yet not qualify for the Centrino brand name. That's because for a notebook to qualify as a Centrino notebook, it must use all three Intel components.

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