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I have a NEC computer rated at P75 90 or 100.  Intel says the processor have a core freq. of 50, 60, or 66 Mhz.  Is the clock doubling on the Chip?  If I have a non MMx rated at CPU 3.3 Vdc with the same core freq. can I use it on this board?  I suspect a 133 has a core of 66 (66x2=132) could I use it on this board?
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charlesmncheng earned 100 total points
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You can used it, but need to set the correct voltage in main board.
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forbism, please post what mainboard you have, so we'll find out.

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