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  • April 16th, 2003, 11:15 AM
    wju425
    All p3 tualatins are .013 and the M designate mobile. The M models may not work on desktops because of their very low voltage requirements.

    \o/ Billy
  • April 16th, 2003, 10:16 AM
    cMoAyRoItOe

    Mobile P3 to be used in a desktop?

    Hey all i found this P3 1.2 GHz tualatin in ebay which i wanna get but it says its a PIII-M doensed that mean its for laptops? i did some research and it told me that all the M stands for is that its the new .013 micron core, so can i still use that CPU in mydesktop comp? Its a Aopen motherboard socket 370.

    Thx all

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