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Processor upgrade for IBM Aptiva 2137-E26

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Does any one know if the Aptiva 2137-E26 Processor can be upgraded from the standard AMD 233 to an AMD K6-2 366, and if so the jumper configuration to make it work correctly ?
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looks like 300 miles per hour is the speed limit, here is the IBM page with jumpers, good luck:

http://www.pc.ibm.com/qtechinfo/DETR-3ZXLQP.html


it looks like you can download the whold manual in this site (just type 2137-e26 in any support quickfind box

bill
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Thanks a bunch , I knew it was somewhere on their site just couldn't find it . Thx again.
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