From: Paul McConnell (paul.mcconnell at domain cr2.ie)
Date: Wed 29 Sep 1999 - 13:50:43 IST
if anybody is thinking of buying such a spec i have 2 of those celerons
which i want to sell, dont have any fans for them though so you can get
From: Vincent Cunniffe [mailto:vcunniff at domain arbgroup.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 1999 1:40 PM
To: ilug at domain linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] Dual/quad processor machines and Linux
ilug-admin at domain linux.ie wrote:
> > I bought myself a Tyan Tiger 100 a while ago. Good luck if you want
> > overclock taht with a celeron. You can boot, and it will tell you
that you are
> > doing 433MHz (I have a Celeron 333), when in reality, you are at
> > the ACPI implementation is screwed, and Tyan don't seem to have the
> > support in the world. (I had a tyan before, the S1572. As soon as
> > came out they literally dropped BIOS support). Other than that, I
find the Tyan
> > quirky.
> Looks like I may just have to order a BP6 and extra celeron from
DAB's. Now does
> anyone have a G400 MAX?
May I insert a plug here for www.overclockers.co.uk
I bought my BP6 and both Celeron's from them : they will sell you a
Celeron 366 pre-tested and guaranteed to run stable at 550.
After the last time I mentioned this, I believe several other people
on list ordered the same systems from them, and I haven't heard any
complaints or problems.
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