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Does the Pentium II and the AMD K6 2 use the same socket and buss (100MHz)?  Are they interchangeable?
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pentiumII uses a different slot called slot 1, while amd k6-2 are still stuck with socket 7, they are not interchangeable, but AMD are planning a new cpu called the k7 which will use a similar socket called slot A, but u can not put the k7 in the slot 1 vis versa
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Thank you.
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