A have a Asus M2400N notebook and I am unable to find which is the exact model of the processor. It says Intel Pentium M 1.70 GHz at boot, and using the command:
dmidecode -t cache
in Lubuntu 16.04, it says the L2 cache is 2048 kB. But then, looking at the processors with this specifications ( ARK | Processor Feature Filter ), there is more than one option, and they have different sockets. The only processor with 1.70 GHz and 2M cache is the Intel® Pentium® M Processor 735, however I have found absolutely no mention about 735 anywhere in my computer. So I am confused about which one is the right one.
I bought it used in 2010, and it has 13 years already (its written in the motherboard September/2003). I am considering to buy a new processor to it. However, how I don't know which processor it has, I don't know the compatible specifications. And I don't know how to completely disassemble it.
This notebook has Lubuntu 16.04 installed, which required me to use the boot flag "forcepae -- forcepae", so a hint I have is that this processor is Banias, due to the PAE issue. I can't use the Windows utilities because I can't install Windows.
Trying to install Windows 10:
The option I used was to download the Fedora ISO with the IPDT utility. When I run the IPDT test with all options selected, the test fails. When I deselected the option regarding SSE, it was able to complete the test. The output was:
--- IPDT - rev 18.104.22.168 ---
--- Start Time: 09/29/2016 08:02:02---
--- Skipping Config ---
--- Reading CPU Manufacturer ---
Expected --> GenuineIntel
Detected --> GenuineIntel
Found --- Genuine Intel Processor ---
--- Temperature Test ---
Temperature not supported.
--- Reading Brand String ---
Detected Brand String:
Intel Pentium M 1.70GHz
Brand String Test Passed!!!
--- Reading CPU Frequency ---
Expected CPU Frequency is --> 1.70
Detected CPU Frequency is --> 2.19688
CPU Frequency Test Passed!!!
Expected frequency - The highest frequency at which the tested processor was manufactured to operate
Detected frequency - The frequency at which the tested processor is currently operating
Power management modes can create marginally higher or lower detected frequency
than expected frequency. Small variations in clock frequencies are common.
--- Reading FSB ---
Expected FSB : --> 1067
Detected) FSB : --> 1067
CPU FSB Test Passed!!!
--- Running Base Clock test ---
--- This CPU does not support base clock test ---
--- Running Floating Point test ---
Million Floating Points per Second, MFLOPS --> 144
Floating Point Test Pass ---
--- Running Prime Number Generation Test ---
Operation Per Second--> 332290
Prime Number Generation Test Pass ---
--- Reading Cache Size ---
Cache Test not supported on this model processor.
--- MMX SSE Test Disabled ---
--- Determining AVX AES PCLMULQDQ capabilities ---
--- CPU FEATURES DETECTION FOR ---
--- AVX/AES/PCLMULQDQ ---
AVX - Advanced Vector Extensions Supported --> No
AVX OS Support - AVX Operating System Supported --> No ---> No Test Required
AES - Advanced Encryption Standard Supported --> No ---> No Test Required
PCLMULQDQ - Polys Carry-Less Multiply Supported --> No ---> No Test Required
--- AVX AES PCLMULQDQ capabilities check complete ---
AVX Compare Test Result --- Not Tested
AES Test Result --- Not Tested
PCLMULQDQ Test Result --- Not Tested
No AVX AES PCLMULQDQ Tests required
--- IMC NOT Supported on this Processor ---
..Platform Controller Hub Test not supported curent chipset..
..Skipping Platform Controller Hub Test..
Skipping Platform Controller Hub Test
--- Querying for Intel(R) Integrated Graphics Device (IGD) ---
..Did not detect Intel(R) Integrated Graphics Device (IGD).
..This could be that the test platform is using a discrete graphics card.
..To test IGD, verify that there is an onboard video connector,
..shutdown the test platform, remove the graphics card, and
..move video cable from graphics card to onboard video connector
..Skipping Intel(R) Integrated Graphics Device Presence Test..
--- CPU Load ---
--- Load Level = 8
CPU Load Passed!!!
--- Test End Time: 09/29/2016 08:06:01---
Most of the tests weren't conclusive. From reading the results about the clock, do that means the processor is overclocked? Its BIOS has absolutely no options to configure the voltage.
From what I read, looks like it is a Intel® Pentium® M Processor 1.70 GHz, 1M Cache, 400 MHz FSB Specifications , but the 2048 kB of L2 stated in Linux makes me think it may be a Intel® Pentium® M Processor 735 (2M Cache, 1.70A GHz, 400 MHz FSB) Specifications .