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hello, my laptop was built by morons, most of the information i need is not there. i ran sisoftware sandra it told me make "to be filled out by oem" model #259ia1. it is a intel 82855 pm host hub interface bridge 400mhz, socket 423. great thanks if you can figuire this out.
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The micro express 259ia1 was shipped with the 2.1 ghz 2mb cache and 400fsb pentium m (fastest pentium M processor than has a 400fsb) the fastest that your chipset will support. Thats from the info i'm finding looks like they only shipped thew 259iA1 with 1 configuration, pentium m 765, 1gb ddr400 (pc3200), and the 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon, with built in modem, nic, and wireless 802.11g.
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