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slot 1 vs FC-PGA
BBATES Mar-24-02 08:54 AM
I have a VC820 Intel slot 1 motherboard. Is it possible to buy an adapter to allow the motherboard to accept a FC-PGA socket 370 processor?

1. RE: slot 1 vs FC-PGA
Twinhead Mar-30-02 04:26 PM
In response to message 0
It is worth a try!
An adaptor does not cost very much.
It will allways accept PPGA processors.
These are thicker, and have a large Procesor die.
They ranges from Celeron 333 to Celeron 533
A Celeron 600 and above are FCPGA types.
Only newer boards will accept them properly.

Victor.


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