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Posted on 2003-03-13
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I want to upgrade a pIImmx celeron to a faster chip my mboard is pc100 my chip is 366mgz
 Iam not sure what socket its in,,,370,, but I know its pingrid array type
So what type of chip would be most suitable :) =)ps I have only 75 points to give :(......................
Thanks in advance
Question by:nova7
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well, with that info... I would suggest you download the configuration utility, run it and tell us more about what you have.

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pjknibbs earned 225 total points
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The fastest chip which will is compatible with your socket would be the 533MHz Celeron. Faster Celerons (and all Pentium IIIs), although they used the Socket 370 format, changed the pinout slightly. If 533MHz is fast enough (and you can FIND one) then go for it, otherwise you'll need to buy a new motherboard as well.

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