Question about IBM eserver xSeries 200 8479
Yes it can. Check you have the latest bios. I am running two units both with 1.4ghz (133mhz FSB).
Posted on May 21, 2008
According to IBM, no. the fastest CPU you can use for the 8479 is a 1.26Ghz, 512kb Cache, 133Mhz FSB, Socket 370 Processor PN 32P0652. Made by IBM.
Also known as a PIII-S. You can get one for around $12 on Pricewatch.
I personally think it might work if it's a 512kb cache 1.45v chip; If it was mine I might try it, but I can't find even anecdotal evidence of anyone trying it. I'd put it at a 50/50 chance of smoking your motherboard, CPU, or both.
Posted on May 14, 2008
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