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PII Processor Upgrade?

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Does anyone the know the max cpu the tecra 8000 is capable in running? i'cant seem to find any info on the manuals to figure out if it's a mmc-1 or mmc-2 socket? it's currently running a 266 pII... Since i don't have the laptop yet i really don't know anything about the chipset or cpu socket.. if it's a mmc-2 i should be able to fit the pII 400 cpu without any problems? since the 266 and the 400 both have a 66mhz fsb?

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Well..the cpu and the board level chips are all designed to work together. i had a tecra for a while(gave it to my son) and I do not recall the cpu being upgradable

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