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Dual cpu question

Posted on 1997-05-02
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Is the AMD-K6 233 capable of working in a dual cpu environment?  I want to get a dual socket 7 pentium motherboard and put two K-6's in it.  I should think it would be possible, granted I should run Windows NT 4.0.
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Yes the AMD should be able to handle a dual cpu environment. I have never run one under win95, but I have done so under win NT, and it seems to run fine.
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