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PIII 1GHz supported?

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April 29, 2001 6:33:21 PM

I've been looking at the supported CPUs for the Asus CUSL2 and it says 933+MHz supported.

I want to know if it will support a Ghz CPU without overclocking?

Using PC-133 cas2
ATI Radeon 32Mb SDR AGP 4x

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April 29, 2001 6:48:22 PM

it will support 1G chip since all intel chips are multiplier locked, and it is worked out internally with the bus frequency. you might need a BIOS update to support and recognise the chip as 1000 MHz one.

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April 29, 2001 7:27:56 PM

I have that exact setup. The CUSL2 will take the PIII 1Ghz, and I did have to get the BIOS update for it to properly recognize the chip, after that though, smooth sailing.
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April 29, 2001 8:08:09 PM

The CUSL2 will support the 1GHz processor and any future Socket 370 processors with current bios. I know this because it can support at least a 12x multiplier and up to something like 216MHz FSB, and calculates the speed instead of getting it from a table.

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April 29, 2001 8:09:11 PM

Cheers folks.

Do you have a source for the BIOS update Benjamin?

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