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Old Sep 26, 2002, 02:42 PM
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I don't believe you can't find a slot 1 CPU in the UK now. I can find them up to 450MHz easily in the US. The question is whether your mobo can handle them. If it can then it'd be wonderful.
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Old Sep 26, 2002, 05:34 PM
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if i was you i'd look on the motherboard and write down the exact numbers off the intel chips(north & south).
somewhere on the board will be either the model number,fcc id number,rev number.
the most important part is to see if there is settings to run a cpu at 100mhz(clock speed).
if it can't do a 100mhz then you may as well forget it.
if it can do 100mhz then there's a good chance you can run cpu's at 600 - 700mhz using a socket to slot adapter as intel chips are multiplier locked they can compensate for some boards low multiplier settings(although i think you need a bx chipset where yours is a fx chipset) .
also try searching the intel website with the info you got from sandra.
hope it helps.
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Old Sep 26, 2002, 06:02 PM
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ok cool! i seen on ebay there are a numorous amount of slot 1 processors on there from 400mhz to 800mhz.

how to i take out the processor from the mobo? tried 2day but can't unless i unscrew from the mobo and from the fan.
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Old Sep 26, 2002, 06:05 PM
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i'll research more then tell u wot i found.
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Old Sep 27, 2002, 05:10 AM
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if you want to take your processor out then there's 2 clips on the top in each corner just clip them in and pull the cpu out.
if there secured on a little rail then either unscrew it or unclip it depending on the way its connected to the rail.
hope it helps.
ps i have a couple of p2 350 and possibly a p2 450 if you need any of them,but get all the details from sandra and by looking on the motherboard ,post the info on this thread and i'll find out what cpu you can go up to.
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Old Sep 27, 2002, 08:39 AM
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Main board info.

Entire System
Manufacturer : Compaq
Model : Presario
Serial Number : 8733BNV30269

System Chassis
Manufacturer : Compaq
Can be locked : No

System Mainboard
Manufacturer : Intel
MP Support : No
Model : 03BCh
Version : AA672441-405
Serial Number : IWBN73103901

Memory Controller
Error Detection Method : None
Error Correction Capability : 1-bit
Number of Memory Slots : 4
Maximum Installable Memory : 256MB
Maximum Module Size : 64MB
Supported STD/FPM/(B)EDO Speeds : 60ns
Supported Memory Types : FPM, EDO, SIMM
Supported Memory Voltages : 5V

Physical/BIOS Memory Banks
SIMM-1 (RASL-2 RASL-3) : 32MB EDO SIMM double-bank
SIMM-2 (RASL-2 RASL-3) : 32MB EDO SIMM double-bank
SIMM-3 (RASL-0 RASL-1) : 32MB EDO SIMM double-bank
SIMM-4 (RASL-0 RASL-1) : 32MB EDO SIMM double-bank

System Chipset
Model : Intel Corporation 82440/1FX 440FX (Natoma) System Controller
Bus(es) : ISA PCI USB
Front Side Bus Speed : 1x 67MHz (67MHz data rate)
Max FSB Speed / Max Memory Speed : 1x 66MHz / 1x 66MHz
In Order Queue Depth : 4 req(s)

Logical/Chipset Memory Banks
Bank 0 Setting : 32MB EDO 8-2-2-2R 5-2-2-2W
Bank 1 Setting : 32MB EDO 8-2-2-2R 5-2-2-2W
Bank 2 Setting : 32MB EDO 8-2-2-2R 5-2-2-2W
Bank 3 Setting : 32MB EDO 8-2-2-2R 5-2-2-2W
Speed : 1x 67MHz (67MHz data rate)
Multiplier : 1/1x
Power Down Mode : No
Fixed Hole Present : No

PCI Bus(es)
Version : 2.10
PCI Bus 0 : 32-bit PCI (34MHz)
Multiplier : 1/2x

LPC Hub Controller 1
Model : Intel Corporation 82371SB PIIX3 ISA Bridge
ACPI PM Enabled : No
Random Number Generator Enabled : No
Speed Multiplier : 1/4x
Speed : 9MHz
DMA Multiplier : 1/2x
DMA Speed : 5MHz

USB Controller 1
Model : Intel Corporation 82371SB PIIX3 USB Controller
Version : 1.10
UHCI Interface : Yes
Channels : 2
Speed : 48MHz
Legacy Emulation Enabled : No

USB Controller 2
Model : NEC Electronics Hong Kong uPD9210 USB Open Host Controller
Version : 1.00
OHCI Interface : Yes
Channels : 3
Legacy Emulation Enabled : No

USB Controller 3
Model : NEC Electronics Hong Kong uPD9210 USB Open Host Controller
Version : 1.00
OHCI Interface : Yes
Channels : 2
Legacy Emulation Enabled : No

USB Controller 4
Model : NEC Electronics Hong Kong USB Enhanced Host Controller
Version : 2.00
Spec : 0.95
EHCI Interface : Yes
Channels : 5
Legacy Emulation Enabled : No

Performance Tips
Notice N224 : SMBIOS/DMI information may be inaccurate.
Tip T2505 : System does not support memory error detection. Some memory errors may go unnoticed.
Warning W2508 : All memory slots are full. Upgrading the memory may be difficult or expensive.
Tip T2536 : System has no SMBus/i2c/BMB bus support.
Tip T2 : For more information about tips, press F1 and scroll to the Tips section.
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