I'll have a look at lunch time - the damn big heat sink makes looking at
anything while the machine is still on a bit difficult!
(No war stories please! *grin*)
Paul Jakma wrote:
>> On Tue, 14 Mar 2000, Liam Bedford wrote:
>> > Ignore John.. he's "confused".. the Celeron 300 (which you have),
> > is Slot 1, which will take a PII anything without any problems (it
> > may not run it at full speed, if it doesn't support 100Mhz bus, then
> > it won't run the 350+ at full speed.)
> > It however will take a PII-233+.. what's the board anyway?
> > the celeron didn't go to S370 until it got to 366Mhz.. at least AFAIR.
> > And the cacheless one's never existed in S370.
>> it's not neccessarily just the slot/socket issue. Remeber there was a
> special celery only chipset from Intel (EX??) - it won't take P2's
>> If the board is an LX or BX chipset then it will take P2. Have a look at
> the doc's, or else have a look at the big intel chip on the board
> closest to the CPU socket.
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