On Thu, 27-Apr-2000 at 14:57:25 +0100, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Kate mentioned that he put together a dual Celeron/BP6
> machine fairly cheaply, but then said a while later that
> it crashes every few days. Now, I've given up trying to
I've had a dual Celeron-466 system for a few months now, with a BP6 board,
and I haven't had the slightest stability problem. One of my friends has a
Celery-433 BP6 system, and it's stable too.
So it is apparently *possible* to build a stable system with them :-). The
BP6 was about the only low-cost dual-processor board I could find at the
time; everything else dual-processor was aimed at the high end of the
market, and priced accordingly.
... Nice computers don't go down.
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