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Celeron Tualatin for dual proc. + overclock?

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a b K Overclocking
January 29, 2002 1:50:47 PM

I would like to use 2 x 1Ghz Tualatin celerons in a dual proc. Gigabyte mainboard (ga-6vtxdr-c). Officialy, Celerons cannot do SMP. I know from former versions that there are some tricks. Maybe someone knows if and how it is possible to accomplish.
January 29, 2002 2:32:33 PM

Officially and really you cannot run recent celerons (tualatin or otherwise) in SMP. There is no way around this without some very high quality silicon, a couple of billion dollar fab plant and some really smart engineers.

Of course, you could just keep <A HREF="" target="_new">asking us again</A> until it becomes true. Why do you keep asking (exactly the same question cut & pasted) if you don't believe us?

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January 29, 2002 11:12:15 PM

The OLD Mendicino Celeron would run SMP with tricks. They ended at 533MHz. If you want to use something that slow, be my guest!

What's the frequency, Kenneth?