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What processor upgrades will work with a Sony PCV-E314DS (PII@400)

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Hello,

What processor upgrades will work with a Sony VAIO PCV-E314DS computer?  

More specifically will the board support a 1 ghz/100FSB SECC2 Slot 1 PIII processor?  With a BIOS upgrade?

(Board has jumpers for 500mhz)


The specs are:

Intel 82440BX-100AGP/PCI/ISA Chipset

Sony Link:
http://ciscweb.sel.sony.com/scripts/web_access.cgi?FUNC=SOLUTION_DETAIL&SOL_ID=5214

Help!
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The board will support a P3 chip, however it will not support the 1Ghz P4 chip
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by:jpedders
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How can I be sure that I'm getting the full 1000 mhz out of the processor?  Will the board support more than 500 mhz?  (What multiplier settings should be used?)

Thanks!
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It will support morew than 500Mhz, however you may need a bios upgrade
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