I seem to remember seeing a thread on b6.com a while back claiming that it
was possible to run 2 different clock speed processors on a BP6, as long as
they used the same front side bus. Never tried it though, as I was having
enough fun as it was.
From: ilug-admin at linux.ie [mailto:ilug-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
Breathnach, Proinnsias (Dublin)
Sent: 16 March 2001 13:40
Subject: RE: [ILUG] quake3 & SMP ?
Which begs the question ...
Is there such a thing as Assymetric Multi Processing, using multiple
*different* processors on a box ...
ISTR a thread about AMD using the Alpha Slot / MoBo architecture a while
back, which lead ppl to think that an Athlon for i386 compat, and an Alpha
for number-crunching would be a nice mix ...
Me - I'm only thinking of a Celery x and a Celery y on the same board ...
(Or maybe even a pair of disparate Pentia / PIIs)
 Latin: 1 Pentium, 2 Pentia ...
> -----Original Message-----
>> Symmetric multi processing. Basically, using two or more identical
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