YES!!! I ran an AMD K6-2 400 on a 66mhz socket7 board while waiting for the 100mhz board to arrive. Actually its pretty fast even on a 66mhz bus. I had no problems. PS, the K6-2 350 was sold in 66mhz and 100mhz varieties. The 66mhz units are very scarce, but would make an ideal upgrade for that 66mhz board. I think companies like Evergreen Technologies buy the 66mhz 350's to use on their "upgrade chips".
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Nixie tube numeric display control panel and pneumatic motherboard tray.