A couple of days back I posted up details of two new "mobile on desktop" motherboards from ECS which allowed one to use an Intel Core Duo CPU in a desktop PC configuration.
This final announcement from ECS puts sole focus onto their PF23 motherboard which is based on Intel's high-end 975X chipset with ATI Crossfire support.
Unique among Intel 975X chipset-based motherboards currently on the market, the ECS PF23 features socket mPGA479M that supports Mobile on Desktop technology. With MoDT technology, the PF23 can support the Intel Core Duo CPU, Intel's first 65nm dual-core mobile-optimised processor. Lightening fast desktop performance and the cool, quiet operations of an energy-efficient notebook are combined in this advanced computing solution. Power consumption is reduced, improving the performance/thermal dissipation ratio, which also leads to quieter fan operation and less noise.
Last updated: Dec 4, 2019 at 01:47 pm CST
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