500Es on a BP6?

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SadSadPanda

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I'm just curious will the BP6 support 500es? I thought that fc-pga adapters extist, but I am not sure is this true?

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mollov19

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#2
No way In hell - Abit said that they stop developing a slotket for S370 to FC-PGA!!!
 
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TNproud2b

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#4
Guess what? If they made a FC PGA to PPGA adapter you still can't use 500E's in dual processor systems. Here's a list from Intel showing the "S" codes for CPUs without dual support. I'm gonna cry now. NO DUAL CPU SUPPORT > SL3Q9(500E) / SL3R2(500E) / SL3VF(533EB) / SL3QA(550E) / SL3R3(550E) / SL3VH(600E) / SLVG(600EB) / SL3VJ(650 100 FSB) / SL3VK(667 133FSB) OK folks, thats all the coppermines they make and none have dual processor support. Intel can bite my ass.
 
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Wookiee

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they said that the celeron isn't capable of smp. what makes you think they're telling the truth now?
 
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ETSEAN

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#6
Hmmmmmm.......

P3 is a great CPU, but Athlon is slightly better.

I am now running my 500 Athlon at 650mhz with a Gigabyte mobo.

All bought for less than US$300 with a fan enough to cool it and the o/cing card.

This is sure good!!!
 
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SadSadPanda

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#7
Lets lynch Intel!!! I want 500Es on my BP6 and I want them now.

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SadSadPanda

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#8
The right is Intel, and the left is me

:-()----8

Thats disgusting!!

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