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Socket 7 boards typically support 60 and 66 MHz bus speeds, but many motherboards allow a wider range to support some non-Intel CPUs.


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Instead of chopping a pin off the cpu why not just add the hole to the socket?

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I'd use a small drill bit and a dremel to do it very carefully. Assuming of course that it is literally just one socket 7 board of course. Thanks socket 7 board all the advice so far! Strange question I can't really find the question too, but I have a hunch it work.

Btw chipset is an iFx Sad part is the k6 socket 7 board a brand new unused cpu i've been looking for a use forfor many years. S7 boards are easy to find. But technically, it should work, other then the split voltage. Because read more have multiple socket 7 boards, much faster socket 7 cpus, and since its a dell, it has some strange layout motherboard wise, as well as proprietary connections.

With a heatsink it should do socket 7 board fine. I'll post an update once I give it a try! Been kind of busy lately, but hopefully this weekend I can give it a try. I was thinking i socket 7 board add an aluminum heatsink to the mosfet, and hopefully that work. I hate to just bend the pin and find out it wont work, so asking for feedback from others Anyone have experience with this?

There seems to be a fan pointed at the mosfet from the front of the chassis, stock from dell. They were a nice upgrade for the older Socket 5 systems to take them to MHz and beyond. The split voltage is close enough im not worried, board can do 3. All rights reserved.

Well, I did more digging and found that the extra pin, is indeed just a "key" pin, and it should work I think the k6 takes more power then my p My gut is telling me since its amd, its going to take more power per mhz vs intel. Theoretically, it will work with some cpus: If the cpu is compatible with MMX, it won't work in a socket 5, but not all socket 7 cpus are. Although I've never tried. Came with a K even. They weren't as fast as a K6, but every board I ever tried them in recognized them as a Pentium. Being 3. I'd be concerned about BIOS support. Guess it will have to sit longer Also like to add, I found this thread today, and it seems to be along the same lines as this situation If you really don't want to take a chance on destroying the chip or your motherboard, why not see if someone here has an unused socket 7 board available? The pc itself runs tops, but I already have another machine the same identical speed, so was hoping on upgrading it some. It's possible the pin is NC anyway. So tomarrow im going to grab the markings off the mosfets and cross reference. But if you aren't sure, drilling sounds like a much better solution. The K's use a lot of juice though, the Socket 5 board may not be able to supply enough and may cause problems. You may even be able to get one for the cost of shipping. That's a classic way to keep people from plugging newer processors into older sockets and vice versa.