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Mobile Module Connector 2 (MMC-2) is Intel's 400 pin processor cartridge used with Pentium II, Celeron and Pentium III mobile processors. It contains CPU, 443BX (Pentium II) Northbridge, off-die L2 cache (early Pentium II only) and voltage regulator. It is the successor of MMC-1, main differences being AGP interface and 100 MHz FSB for the Pentium III.
Fastest processors in the MMC-2 form factor are:
- Pentium II 400/256
- Pentium III 850/256
- Celeron 700/128
- Unofficially Pentium III 1000/256, some people unsoldered the processor off a MMC-2 card and soldered a Pentium III 1000 processor on the board
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