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Robert77xx

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Details:

System Manufacture: American Megatrends Inc. (A.M.I.)
System Model: VIA 694X/686A
System Type: X86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 6
Processor: GenuineIntel~867Mhz Pentium III
-32kb primary memory cache
-256kb secondary memory cache
Main Circuit Board[Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd.]
-GA-6VX7-4X
-Socket 370 Processor Mainboard
Bus Clock: 133Mhz
BIOS/Date: A.M.I. 62710 10/03/2000
SMBIOS Version: 2.3
OS: Windows XP

Thank you so much, I appeciate everybody's effort!!!!!!!!!
Rob

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Edited by admin, 20 September 2004 - 07:54 AM.

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Hi Rob, welcome to GTG! <_<

Sorry, but what's your question? :D
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Problem:

I would like to replace my 867Mhz Intel processor, preferably fan cooled if that's possible and have it compatible with my exiting mother board.
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This board should accept any socket 370 Pentium or Celeron. I think the fastest P3 you can get is 1.4 Ideally you want at least a 50% clock speed increase to achieve a noticeable improvement.
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Thanks ADMIN!!! <_<

The information was greatly appreciated.
Have a nice day.
Robert
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