Wanted Celeron 1.1 CPU

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  1. Kevin T

    Kevin T Screenwriter

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    try ebay. there are a few there, but i'm not sure if they're fc-pga or fc-pga2. good luck. i think i actually used to have that chip a while back, but i must've sold it or something.

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  2. Kevin T

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    Why on earth would you wan to buy that?
     
  4. Glenn

    Glenn Stunt Coordinator

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    Hi,

    >>i think the easiest way to tell the difference between fc-pga and fc-pga2 is that fc-pga2 has 256K cache whereas the fc-pga will have 128K cache.

    Thanks for that tip. That really helps. I didn't know there were two versions available until recently.


    >>Why on earth would you wan to buy that?

    I have a Magnia SG20 server that only has a 566 Mhz Celeron and I want a bump up in speed and the 1.1 CPU is the fastest that this server will take.

    Thanks,
    Glenn
     
  5. Kevin T

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    glen:

    i don't know if your mobo specifics and price requirements, but to get the absolute most out of your mobo/cpu combo, you might wanna look into some fcpga-fcpga2 adaptors (preferrably powerleap. they allow you use tualtin processors (up to 1.4 ghz) on socket 370 fcpga boards so you can go as high as your fsb will let you within the fcpga2 family.

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