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    Overclockable dual p3 mobo?

    anyone know of an overclockable dual p3 mobo. Need something that will give a 133fsb so I can run my SL35D 450's at 600. Where's Abit contribution to this cause?


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    Abit makes a dual slot1 board, I think. If they don't they damn well should. Anyhow, a dual slot1 has a lot more possibilities than a dual socket370(celeron) because you can use a P2,P3,or Celeron (w/$15 Slotket). I have no experience with slot1 processors or motherboards, but certainly there is a good overclockable dual P3 board available. Someone else will know a lot more. Uh, are you planning to kick my Celerons' asses with a couple of P3's? Sounds like it to me. I'd really love dual p3's at 600+, that's fast as hell. Just can't afford a new board and 2 Pentiums right this minute. Maybe never. Anyhow, wait on a reply from someone who's got experience, cause I don't.
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    Well I have 2 SL35D 450's I only have one burnt in so far it will do 600 at 2.0 with a $15 HSF It is about 75% stable at 621. I think the Bp6 was Abits first dual anything board. Dual watercooled p3's@621 MIGHT be fast enff. MAYBE


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