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Is this a socket 7 board? The "cyrix instead" 250mhz chip uses a very large heatsink and no fan... If I swap to a K6-2 AMD with twice the speed, will I be ahead on performance. It is new and has a small heatsink/fan securely attached.
Will there be a plugin point for the fan, since the present cpu does not have a fan?
BTW, before I replaced the original hard drive with a fast maxtor 20 gb model, the speed was barely tolerable... but now I can run aol, word, antivirus etc. with the doubled memory from stock... Now 128 mb. I plan to spend about 34 with shipping for Edge simms on sale, to max out at 384 MB...
It would be helpful to have the model# of the board.
If you look on the board itself you can look for a 2 or 3 pronged connector coming off the board that is labeled fan.. Reguardless, if there are any fans in your case already then you can just buy a power splitter ( like this one ) and then hook it up that way.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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