ASUS CT-479 Driver
The CT only works with ASUS motherboards, and only a limited number of them at that. Currently, only the ASUS P4PSE and. The CT accepts a Pentium M processor, and itself plugs into The Asus P4PVM is an undistinguished socket motherboard. Well, I'll try to explain some things to you in simple words:) REMEMBER THIS: DOTHAN CPU's can do MORE BUT ASUS CT adapter, Overclocking Northwood on LGA Motherboard by to.
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ASUS CT-479 Driver
The difference is the CPUs they run on. To maintain stability in the small space of notebooks without effecting performance, notebook ASUS CT-479 are designed to operate at lower voltage and lower temperature, enabling the cooling fan to run at slower speeds to reduce noise.
Unlike other manufacturers that incorporated the Socket directly onto the motherboards, ASUS motherboards combined with the CT offer greater flexibility, allowing users to support both ASUS CT-479 and processors, including the latest MHz FSB Dothan platforms, on one single motherboard. There is really only one way to install it, with the ASUS CT-479 M processor socket closest to the retention arm.
Closing the arm back can be somewhat annoying, as you have to kind of bend it around the edge of the CT adaptor to get it in place. After you ASUS CT-479 done that, you'll have what you see above, a processor socket on top of a processor socket - all ready for a new Pentium ASUS CT-479.
Using the screw retention method that all pin sockets use, we place our Pentium M processor in place and tighten ASUS CT-479 screw into place. Here is a view of the bottom of the CT board.
There's not much to see here except pins. Uhh, yeah, I counted them The board itself is pretty small, since it has to fit inside the ASUS CT-479 heatsink retention bracket and can't ASUS CT-479 past the arm on the motherboard socket. The view from the top is a little more interesting.
In addition to the laptop socket, there is a floppy-style power connector for the circuitry on the board, as well as jumpers to choose between a MHz and MHz front-side ASUS CT-479. The kit includes a Molex to floppy adapter cable ASUS CT-479 well. The CT also comes with its own heatsink.