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    shuttle sv24 processor options

    as im out of touch with anything intel i was hoping for a little advice - does anyone know the fastest processor & its associated slot type i can stick in my old sv24 - it currently has an epia 800 & needs a little more poke to run divx nice n smooth...

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    Fastest chip you will be able to put in the sv24 is a 1gig P3 You may have problems finding one tho

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    And it doesn't take the later Tualtin PIII's or celerons!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultim8pc
    And it doesn't take the later Tualtin PIII's or celerons!

    Nigel
    I had a Tualtin in my SV24. The lads at Kustom were shocked to see it all running fine. 7.5 x 133



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    Eeek! It shoulda fried!
    So let's say that officially the SV24 doesn't support the Tualtin CPU's...

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    thx guys - does anyone know if 1 of these p3 800's for sale here : http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=15110 would fit, and provide a speed advantage over the epia ....

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    One of those CPU's should be OK as long as they are not Tualtin CPU's. SV24 will support a 133Mhz FSB. It will be faster than the Epia you have now - I did the same thing in my sv24 - changed a PIII 750 to a VIA 500 CPU and went back to a PIII 750 and it was noticably faster (in relative terms anyway!) Mine's gonna be retiring soon (Bigpockets to blame ) - may find another use for it though!

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    theres a pin mod but not sure if it works for shuttles

    u can put out a pin on the tualtins and make them recognise as a normal coppermine

    ask meltdown man, im sure he did it, but it might be only for intel chipsets, you need to check your shuttle first



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    I use a 900mhz celeron in mine

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