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Adapter Socket 479 -> Socket 478 from ASUSTeK
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The mobile family of Pentium M processors, whose architecture roots go back to the desktop Pentium III, has been so successful from Intel that a number of manufacturers (for example, AOpen, DFI) offer entire lines of mATX motherboards for “notebook” Socket 479, as well as compact barebones designed for sharing with the Pentium M. High performance per watt of power consumption makes Intel mobile processors, in addition to their main use, in demand in the market for embedded systems and home compact entertainment centers; computer enthusiasts have appreciated their hidden frequency potential.
The only difficulty on the way of penetration of mobile Pentium M into the “desktop masses” was the high price of their “clothes”. For example, only for the system mATX board you will have to pay about $ 300; the mobile chipsets used at their base often do not stand up to criticism compared to their desktop counterparts (although the recently released i915xx (x) Express mobile line somewhat corrects the situation).
An original way out of the situation was found by ASUSTeK Computer, which had not previously been noticed in a “non-standard” love for Pentium M: its specialists developed an adapter Socket 479 -> Socket 478, which allows installing Pentium M class processors on ordinary motherboards with Socket 478 (for Pentium 4 ). This became possible due to the fact that both processors use the same type of bus to communicate with the chipset. I immediately recall the transition times of the Pentium III from 180 nm process technology to 130 nm: then it was officially declared that 130 nm Tualatin was not suitable for work in old systems, but people’s ingenuity and a large number of proliferated adapters proved the opposite. However, one glance at the masterpiece from ASUS CT-479 is enough to understand that something like this cannot be repeated “on the knee”:
The adapter does not support Pentium M ULV processors (just because of very low operating voltages), it has a connector for external power supply; according to the source, the FSB frequency can be selected using jumpers from two standard values 100 MHz or 133 MHz (it is clear that they can be set to 4 different values, so that..). I wonder how it carries over FSB frequency changes from BIOS? I would like to hope that there will be no misunderstanding at the BIOS level.
Unfortunately, the adapter is designed for installation in Socket 478, so it cannot be used with modern motherboards with LGA 775 socket. But there is still a loophole: the rich assortment of ASUS motherboards contains a couple of non-standard products based on the i915P (L) chipset that support 478-pin PPGA processors. Problems can also be found when installing the cooling system: the height of the processor-adapter bundle will be higher than the norm.
Estimated price of CT-479 – around a couple of tens of euros. Perhaps, if it is popular, ASUSTeK will also present its own motherboard for Pentium M on some modern desktop chipset – close cooperation with Intel and a detailed acquaintance with the capabilities of its products will allow it to do this, just whether the latter likes it?