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Dual 1.1Ghz Celeron Mainboard


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Hello people

I have managed to get my hands on a couple of 1.1Ghz Celeron processors, and was hoping to jam them in a dual processor mobo.

I have noticed however that alot of these boards specify PIII processrs. Dos anyone know if 1.1Ghz celerons can be used in PGA370 dual processor mainboards?

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Basically, Socket 370 Celerons are not supported in dual processor (SMP) operation. There is one motherboard however that I know of, that does support this - Abit BP6. It won't however support 1.1GHz celerons, the fastest is about 500MHz I believe
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