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1.4 cpu upgrade kit (socket 370)

by jbndhs / October 7, 2004 12:47 PM PDT

I have a older custom made pc. It has a AMD-K6 processor. I was looking on www.esupport.com and found a 1.4 cpu upgrade kit for older socket 370 systems. How can I tell if that is what I have? Also the kit comes with a "Tualatin" Celeron 1.4 GHz processor. I have heard of Celeron but what is Tualatin? The description claims to give faster performance (up to 1.4 GHz) from your socket 370 system without replacing the M/B. I also found one for "slot 1" but I know that is not what I have by the way it plugs into the M/B.

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Re: 1.4 cpu upgrade kit (socket 370)
by Tman1 / October 7, 2004 1:05 PM PDT

Won't work, you have a socket 7 board.

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Re: 1.4 cpu upgrade kit (socket 370)
by jbndhs / October 7, 2004 3:45 PM PDT

Thanks I guess. I knew it was to good to be true. Do you know of anything like that for a socket 7?

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Evergreen products
by Willy / January 28, 2005 1:20 PM PST

Evergreen cpu upgrades were common some time back. They supplied that for socket-7 setup. While they're dated, if you find them they should be rasonable in pricing if new, but ebay may have *used* there. Google for Evergreen products.

enjoy Happy -----Willy

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Re: 1.4 cpu upgrade kit (socket 370)
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 8, 2004 12:03 AM PDT

"...older custom made pc. It has a AMD-K6 processor. I was looking on www.esupport.com and found a 1.4 cpu upgrade kit for older socket 370 system..."

You have a Socket 7 system and socket 370 is not compatible.

Bob

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Socket 370 upgrade for GX100
by Dimensions5 / January 27, 2005 1:07 PM PST

Does anyone know offhand whether socket 370 upgrades are compatible with Dell Optiplex GX100? They are compatible with GX110, but perhaps the difference is too significant?

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