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if i remember correctly - the Pentium 4 Mobile chips will fit straight into a desktop socket 478 and consume less power and don't get anywhere near as hot.
The regular Pentium Mobile chips required an adapter i think due to them being 479. It's a shame Pentium Mobile chips didn't have the same socket as they run faster, cooler and require less power than the Pentium 4.
Finally Turion Processors will fit into Socket 754 motherboards. Not sure if all variants this chip work but the chip is 64bit and there are both single and dual core versions.
Thanks for the link Mindovermaster. It's got a HDMI out too? that surely makes a tidy Media Center!