> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> Diarmaid O'Loughlin
>> Hang on a sec. I was wrong about the 2 being the same chip. A PII 233 is a
> Klamath core and a Cel 300 is a Mendocino core. If you have a LX chip set
> in the board then your OK. The 233 only used the FX
> To sum up if you have a Lx chip or equal then the you'll be alright.
>> Celeron boards only came out with the socket370 anyway.
Don't forget he's going from Celeron to PII, so it'll be fine.. the Cel 300
is newer than the PII. Plus, it's the cacheless one, so it's not the
it is actually just the PII - cache..
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