AMD and ASUS P2B Motherboard

Posted on 1998-12-18
Last Modified: 2012-05-04

I would like to know of the AMD K6-333 Mhz 3D-NOW! processer is compatible with the ASUS P2B motherboard and 64MB of PC-100 SDRAM. In other words: Can I put the processer on this motherboard and still use it without worrying?

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juggernaut earned 100 total points
ID: 1131265
The ASUS P2B is a slot 1 motherboard which means its only compatable with pentium II's and the k6-333 is a socket 7 which is a smaller socket therefore it would not fit

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ID: 1131266
If you want a motherboard from Asus that supports K6 then you would have to go for the P5A.

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ID: 1131267
make sure you get a motherboard with the VIA APOLLO chip, not sis or, ALI. VIA is better than the rest of the chip in performance, UDMA and other devices.

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