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Hello,

I orignally have PIII 733Mhz on HP Desktop 8760C US, I upgraded to PIII 933Mhz roughly 3years for $17.00, my experience is i can feel a slightly if not at all improvement by clicking on StartMenu and the effect of responding time.

My question here is, will the/(my) Desktop Socket370 takes PIII Sever CPU? the PIII 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 and 1.4Ghz types? This is for experimental purpose only, i do understand this kind of upgrade will not get me a major boost.

Is it possible for slap the Sever CPU PIII onto regular prebuilt/customer built desktop mother board?

These PIII Sever CPU are now on ebay for 25-40bucks whereas 150bucks 3years ago.

Please input your suggestions








p.s. while i'm at it, i have a question in Installing XP on my Socket7

I built my first Socket7 back in 1995 with Pentium 133Mhz, i later upgraded to Pentium MMX 266Mhz, i run win3.1 to win95 and win98 on this machine thru-out the years, now i'm thinking about upgrade OS to Win-XP and probale upgrade the cpu as well to on of those AMD K6-II or K6-III 500Mhz, I believe XP will run without a problem, but will this Socket7 Board recognize 150GBS HDD? does anyone know?

Currently I have the 2x1.3GB HDD on this old machine. Oh I like to playing around with old machine, don't look all weird hehe. I have two other older generation of PCs way before the Socket5.

These machines are now out of date i know, and upgrade is now affordable and i want to push the limit on these old things.

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Are you talking about the tualatin PIII CPUs? I would look into what Powerleap have to offer.

edit: Nevermind! The PL Neo/T is rediculously priced.

There was a celeron based Tualatin core also that was a decent CPU, but it all depends on if your motherboard supports them. I'm assuming that since you where running a PIII 733, it is a 133 FSB chip? I think the Tualatin CPUs where compatible.

Here is a Tualatin 1.4Ghz. These chips where outperforming the P4 1.4GHz CPU when they where released.

Actually, there are a lot of them. Some of the 1.0GHz chips are $5.
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Ericeod,

Thanks for the info mate, you really did answer my question, basically i need an dapter for the PIII Tualatin to work on my Desktop 370Socket, since the diffrences between the two technology are 18u regular PIII and 13u Tualatin


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Im going to rep you for purely being the sunshine vision of happiness...

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Another consideration to make when going from a 933 Pentium 3(Coppermine) to one running in excess of 1Ghz (Tualatin) is potentially upgrading your cooling system.
    
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thanks for bringing that up to my attention, i was thinking from 1ghz to 1.4ghz is not a significant change that require a decent cooling system.

Ok, now i'm confused, Tualatin family has PIII and PIII-M and PIII-S, from and article i've read Tualatin PIII is for desktop, PIII-M is for Laptop and PIII-S is for Sever, based on the intel website, it doesn't specify the differences. or did i misread and the PIII Coppermine vs PIII Tualatin?

http://processorfinder.intel.com/Lis...Spec=&OrdCode=

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PIII S had 512 Kb of L2 cache. The M was the laptop variant. The FSB is 133 as it is for your 933 chip.
    
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The Celeron based Tualatin was a 256k CPU offered in 1.3 and 1.4GHz. You might want to look for one of those as well!
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