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submix8c,

I'm not sure what you're disagreeing with, but your link is broken. Try this one instead:


http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Celeron/TYPE-Celeron%20(Mendocino).html

PC133 is SDRAM and was typical on PPGA Mendocinos. FC-PGA Coppermines used SDRAM or RDRAM.

CPU-World doesn't talk about memory-type compatibility, but does verify Wikipedia for socket 370. Thanks for the resource. :)

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Here's another one, nowadays only preserved thanks to the Internet Archive: the BalusC Server

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Ummm... the link goofed up (.html went AWOL) Try copy/paste this -

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Celeron/Intel-Celeron%20900%20-%20RB80526RY900128%20(BX80526F900128).html

(blanks are embedded - KRAP! It truncated it again!)

"Celeron 1998 32 Low-cost version of Pentium II, Pentium III and Pentium 4 processors."

Try this one (directly to all the Celeron links) -

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Celeron/index.html

Now... you keep talking about Mendecino (WIKIWIKI) - How about later Coppermine/Tualatin? They can ALSO be on MoBo's with PC133 - It's SDRAM!!! You have already stated that Socket370 comes in various "flavors" - THIS site will help you determining WHAT will/may work... I use it all the time. ;) (NOTES: Willamette and up are NOT Socket370 and use DDR and up / Covington is older SECC/Slot). Seriously, Wiki STINKS!

And... google "Everest Home Edition 2.20" (w/o quotes), install and run it to see EXACTLY what your MoBo is. This will remove some "guesswork".

HTH

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