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I have an old pentium 300,  processor and a "new" amd athlon 800. Now my question is... can I combine them in some way so that my computer uses the two processors (if I'm not mistaking the answer is no)
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Hi ViP,

Correct, the answer is no.
for a multiprocessor system you need two or more exactly the same processors

Greetings,

LucF
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Ok thanks
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You're welcome.
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