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July 30, 2001 11:52:30 AM

suggestion cpu for upgrade.
system inform
Emonster 550r
Napoli-2 Micro ATX (STX V1.2 form factor) motherboard
slop 1/A for CPU
P3 550hz
128 ram
geoforce2 mx400 video card
System chipset: Intel Corp. 82443BX/ZX 440BX/ZX

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July 30, 2001 2:49:30 PM

sorry but the highest you can go is the p3 600 w512kb cache, there are three diferent models of p3 600's , there is the 600e copermine at 100 fsb, the 600eb is a copermine with 133 fsb, you want the katmia core not the copermine. Sorry i cant think of the exact model im a little sleepy right now.

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July 30, 2001 7:56:38 PM

well, i guess i can't go higher than 600hz. I thought there's a p3 800 100fbs that support the slop 1/A. so you suggest i get a new motherboard with a new cpu. I don't know if all motherboards fix into my computer case.
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July 31, 2001 12:03:31 AM

Even if you wanted to I don't know where you'd find a Katmai p3 these days. Pretty pointless anyway. You'd have to upgrade your mobo, and hence in all viability your case.

Your memorys almost certainly pc100 so stick with a 100mhz fsb cpu if you're on a really tight budget. But even so I'd go for the following:

Abit KT7A-RAID or Asus A7V/133
1.4 ghz athlon (more exp. than duron, but you'll be glad later on)with a good fan (I recommend Thermoengine with delta fan)
New case with 300W PSU
256 crucial pc-133 sdram
I'm from the Uk, but I guess you're looking at $300-350.
Hey over here in rip-off GB we pay the same in UK sterling what you pay in $.

If you can stretch your budget - a new udma100 hdd.
GF3 still too expensive.
July 31, 2001 12:15:07 AM

Hey thanks FatJim. I own you one. I think i'll do what you say since cannot get a cpu higher than 800hz. and also is there a way to overclock my computer to 600hz. any help is appriciated. thanks.
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July 31, 2001 4:33:15 AM

You could always get the Blaster PC from TigerDirect.com, that one will allow you to overclock by adjusting the bus speed to 133. And it supports all PIII processors. I use an FC-PGA PIII 700 at 933 using an Abit Slotket III (has voltage adjustment). All your stock parts will fit into it until you decide to upgrade things.

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