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Upgrade sir can i replace my processor p2 230mhz to 633mhz,w/ this board

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  • jhem65 Feb 19, 2008

    will be a lot of help,many thanks

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You can replace it with an socket370->slot1 adapter cause there is no processor for slot1 formfactor





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