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Celeron or Pentium III on Abit BP6?

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October 9, 2001 2:54:44 PM

Hello!
I hope you're happy and wealth and at good health!
I have a problem: I want to know can I put Celerons with >600Mhz on a Abit BP6 (Dual) Mainboard?

Yours sincerely


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October 9, 2001 4:26:21 PM

NO. They are not SMP compatable. And the modifications Abit made to the bus so that previous Celerons would work in a dual configuration eliminates the possibility of dual PIII's, unless you make further modifications (hard wire a few pins).

Back to you Tom...
October 10, 2001 1:51:06 PM

Hey Guy!
Thanx for your answer!!! But can you say me how i can change this @#!'-old board? What's about this hard-wiring-a-few-pins-on-mainboard?
Further thanx...


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October 16, 2001 8:37:56 PM

Thanx for your help, Crashman...

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November 15, 2001 8:19:01 PM

A further Thanx to you Crashman. I have much of the information I need. But nobone of these cracks could say: Will newer Pentium III (Tualatin core) work too? Or think about these 133 Mhz Pentium III (Coppermine), will they work in my board? I hope you have an answer...


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November 16, 2001 1:36:10 AM

Nobody makes the proper converter for FC-PGA to FC-PGA2. But Powerleap is talking about a Slot 1 converter. No good for you!

What's the frequency, Kenneth?
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