Currently, there are two versions/'classes' of mobile Athlon 64-M's:
Desktop-replacement with a max power consumption of 81.5W and 'Mainstream' with a 62W max power consumption.
You can find thermal & electrical specs for both desktop and mobile A64s as well as the A64 FX in this document
' ">http://www.amd.com/us-en/asset...nd_tech_docs/30430.pdf QUOTE
Could the AMD Opteron Processors EE be used for laptops?
Nope. It is a server/workstation-type CPU...also, the Opteron-series require registered RAM which is not available in a SO-DIMM format that is used in most notebooks.QUOTE
Could you also let me know when the low power version of
the Mobile AMD Athlon 64 will be available, and the power it
TDP for the low-power A64-M will be around 30W, AFAIK.
I have no information about its availability, but my personal guess is around Q2/Q3 2004.
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