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I need your help. We have QDI motherboard BrillianX-1S with BIOS 4.51 PG and processor Intel Celeron 433MHz (socket 370). We would like to change the processor for the most efficient one which is possible to use with this motherboard.
I have found that this motherboard manage to work only with PIII 600MHz (max.). Is it true? Or does it manage to work with more powerful processors like PIII 850MHz of PIII 1000MHz?
If yes, must it be only 100MHz (bus frequency) or can it be also 133MHz? Does it matter? I think that the MB supports only 66/100Mhz frequency.
Thank you for your help.
Marek Malus from Czech Republic
If you are planning to upgrade the processor with the latest one then it is not possible without upgrading your motherboard.
Because as per all the bus and system configuration requirement with ur CPU you must give the recommended bus speed, bus lines, Address lines, Ram supportive slot, and RAM Frequency.
Your motherboard must suuport all those requirement if you are upgrading ur Processor.
You are right that ur motherboard can only work with PIII CPU.
Upgrade ur motherboard with atleast of 845,945G Chipset to support up to core2 Duo Processor in Intel. OR with A8V-VM and above in Asus Motherboard.
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