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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 64319 13-Jul-2010 10:36
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I have a PentiumIII 1400Ghz processor that has a core voltage of 1.45volts & my mother boards will only run CPU's with 1.5volts or more so I need to know how to trick a socket 370 motherboard into running my 1.4GhzPIII @ 1.5volts. The motherboards won't even turn on. I've been looking for a pin mod or somthing for six months but everything ends up at dead posts. Is there anybody out there that can remember how to increase the voltage of a 370 CPU or trick the old PentiumIII Tulatin 14000/512/133/1.45v CPU into running at 1.5v?
Or maby they have an old Neo/T? PowerLeap-PL-370/SMP socket 370 voltage adapter that they are willing to part with...

Kinda wanna use the PIII on an old HP Presario 1200 socket 370 laptop though rather than a desk top.

Any help would be great.

Dan.

(Moved to correct forum and changed title - XPD)

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 352512 16-Jul-2010 23:28
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Not sure why this was moved to Desktop computing because the 370 socket is in my laptop!!!

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