Intel’s Dothan CPUs (Intel Pentium M processors 735, 745, and 755) use Intel’s new numeric nomenclature and have dropped the clock speed designations from their names.

When asked about the new names, Intel vp Anand Chandrasekher said they’re designed to reflect qualities of “goodness” that Intel chips have, beyond mere gigahertz.

However, the only difference between these three chips is their clock speeds: the 735 is a 1.7GHz chip, the 745 is 1.8GHz, and the 755 is 2GHz. Exactly how much extra goodness is that, now?