Wow...i setup my old old old pentium 100mhz overclocked it and snap crackle pop sizzle melted it onto the socket 5 slot. I took off all the safetys too do this anyone want a old melted cpu with mother board? 5 dolla!
Fear LTPRPM because I am LTPRPM...
Comp Setup: Pentium III 550mhz,128mbs PC-100 SDRAM, 17 gig Seagate HHD, Guillemot Xentor 32 (the best baby the best!), Sony IDE Cd-RW (4x4x24),6X DVD, crappy ESS-SOlo PCI audio.
Comp Setup: Pentium III 550mhz,128mbs PC-100 SDRAM, 17 gig Seagate HHD, Guillemot Xentor 32,Sony IDE CDRW 4x4x32x,8x DVDROM, Guillemot Fortissimo Sound - Second Comp Dual Celeron 366 at 550 (5.5x100) on Abit BP6, 256mbs CAS 2 PC100 SDRAM, 30gig IBM 7200rpm UDMA/66, Guillemot 3d Prophet, Soundplaster X-GAMER
i once tried that w/ an old p90
i was trying to see how high i could go without killing the chip
I got up to 143MHz then i blew up the circuits on the mobo.
I know this because the cpu still works on another socket 5 mobo
Their website said "Requires Linux Distrubution based on kernel 2.4.2 or better," so I went and installed FreeBSD.