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Thread: Cpu's for sale. Some old some new

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    Default Cpu's for sale. Some old some new

    Ok have the following CPU's for sale:

    about 3 8088 CPU's one is rated at 10Mhz
    80386 DX 33's x2 1 TI 486DLC-33 386 socket compatible.
    AMD Athlons x 2 64 bit one is socket 939 the other is AM2.
    Intel Clerons x 2 socket 370 one is on a slocket adapter. That one is a 366MHz version other 2 are 500Mhz.
    Socket 370 Pentium 3' about 10 of them most are 866Mhz one is 1 GHz.
    1 Socket 423 Pentium 4 at 1.4 Ghz
    1 Tualatin Celeron at 1.5Ghz

    That is about it. See anything you might be interested in let me know. Will accept offers
    *FrankG*

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    are any of those socket 370 pentium 3s 800 or 850MHz? (8/8.5x100)

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    Let me check
    *FrankG*

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    Ok I have 2 850's socket 370.
    *FrankG*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chromedome45 View Post
    Ok I have 2 850's socket 370.
    they are p3 right not celeron? (I'm doing SMP)

    can you do $20 shipped to 23227 for the pair?

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    Yes Pentium III see Pic. Ok $20.00 PM me for personal info
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    PM sent

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxtherabbit View Post
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    Be aware those two PIII 850s are not the same SSpec. One is SL43H (B0 stepping) and the other is SL4CC (C0 stepping) and may have compatibility issues if you try running them in dual processor motherboards. They also run at different voltages (1.65v vs 1.7v) which may further complicate things.

    They're fine to run in single processor systems though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiGaBiTe View Post
    Be aware those two PIII 850s are not the same SSpec. One is SL43H (B0 stepping) and the other is SL4CC (C0 stepping) and may have compatibility issues if you try running them in dual processor motherboards. They also run at different voltages (1.65v vs 1.7v) which may further complicate things.

    They're fine to run in single processor systems though.
    it be aight, I've run all kinds of mismatched stuff in this Tyan without issue

    I noticed the differing steppings before buying them and decided not to care, thanks for looking out though

    (the board has completely separate VRM circuits for each processor too)

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    Yeah that should be fine. I have a Super Micro P3TDDE and it is very picky about processors being matched.

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