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'[AD]: Electroplater and P-200 processor'
2001\05\19@152949 by Andy N1YEW

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i put a p-200 and an electroplater on http://www.piclist.com/techref/auction.asp?a=itm&i=32

andy
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2001\05\19@200811 by jamesnewton

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What socket type is a P-200? Same as a P-90? I wonder if it would be a good
upgrade for my Linux box...

http://www.piclist.com/techref/auction.asp is the start page for the
auctions BTW

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2001\05\19@221842 by michael brown

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Subject: Re: [AD]: Electroplater and P-200 processor


> What socket type is a P-200? Same as a P-90? I wonder if it would be a
good
> upgrade for my Linux box...

A P-200 is socket 7 cpu.  If it is a P-200 MMX it needs a split voltage
supply.  A P-90 is likely to be a 5 volt processor in a socket 5.  The short
answer is that the cpu is probably not compatible with your motherboard.

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2001\05\20@052431 by Mg

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A P90 is not a socket 5 cpu. I have a rebadged P100 which is a socket 7,
rebadged meaning it is a P90 sold as a  P100. Have a look at the socket
itself - what type of socket it is will be on the socket. The P54C pentiums
from P75 to P200 are socket 7 cpus with a voltage of either 3.5V or 3.4V.
The P55C pentiums are MMX cpus 150MHz - 233MHz with a dual voltage of 2.8V.

To upgrade your cpu, ensure the socket type on your mainboard is a socket 7.
You then have to ensure the voltage, multiplier and bus speed are set
correctly. Alot of mainboards have the jumper settings listed (silkscreened)
somewhere on the board itself. They might even be DIP switches.
So for a P54C P200 cpu: Bus speed: 66MHz Multiplier: 3x Voltage: (Will be
listed on the top or underneath the cpu. Either 3.4V or 3.5V).
For a P55C P200 (mmx) cpu: Bus speed: 66MHz Multiplier: 3x Voltage 2.8V
Dual.

A good way to tell immediatly if your cpu is an MMX one, look for cache
things or surface mount things on top of the cpu, and usually the cpu is
back where the pins are and silver where the die is.. It might have a
fan/heatsink preattached to it as well..
P54C cpus are just that dark grey colour with no surface mount stuff on top,
might be gold where the die is.
Info for both cpus will be listed on top of it on underneath, and maybe if
it has a preattached fan/heatsink, under the fan on the top of the
heatsink - 2 clips will be holding on the fan.

If you have the mainboard manual it will give your all the settings and info
you will need to set it up for your P200 cpu.

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2001\05\20@073653 by Andy N1YEW

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this is not an mmx as it is a reguilar pentium not a PII. :-)  James it may
be compatible if your MB has a socket 7 ;-)

andy
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2001\05\20@081412 by michael brown

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I must have had some kind of brain seizure on the P-90/socket 5 thing.
P-60's and P-75's are higher voltage/different socket.  It's been a while
since I've had to work on one.  BTW, there ARE (no offense intended) MMX
P-I's running at 166Mhz thru 233Mhz (266Mhz in laptops).  All P-1 MMX cpu's
require split voltage.  TTYL

Michael Brown
Instant Net Solutions
http://www.KillerPCs.net

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