Last edited by Skyscraper on I remember I did once try a Mendocino Celeron in a Coppermine board once years ago and it didn’t work the way I had hoped for. I mostly like to play old games from the late ‘s to the end of ‘s, so which CPU would perform best? Most games from the 80s may have a speed issue the faster you go. I’ve tested only the 2 first benchmarks from Phils package. Using it with a slow celeron CPU would be a waste.
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It probably doesn’t have to be the fastest I have, so which one would you recommened? The Coppermine was little strange.
I remember I did once try a Mendocino Celeron in a Coppermine board once years ago and it didn’t work the way I had hoped for. With a K the multiplier is free 64t 2,5 to 6.
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6694t The hit from disabling the caches is too big I’ve seen people claim levels of speed and you don’t have the necessary granularity. Most games from the 80s may have a speed issue the faster you go. I’m not sure the T will like the higher voltage the early Celerons require would be a shame if the board got damaged because of this.
This disclaimer is brought to you thanks to the BSA. The best option for me is the AMD K You can reach low and with the lowest clock settings, and you are able to clock stepwise higher. So currently it has no CPU and I’m planning to put it back together.
According to what a guy here told me, with the ‘modern’ cpu’s and the integrated L2 cache you cannot deactivate separately. Using it with a slow celeron CPU would be a waste.
Dual Xeon X 4. Photos from the CPUs and motherboard: I mostly like to play old games from the late ‘s to the end of ‘s, so which CPU 694h perform best?
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But with the Pentium you cannot play late 90’s games anymore. I remember I did once try a Mendocino Celeron in a Coppermine board once years ago don’t remember which board it was, pto it was probably an OEM board and it didn’t work the way I had hoped for.
Has anyone ever tried to desolder a piezo speaker from the motherboard and replace it with pins so it could use a regular internal PC speaker? Board index All times are UTC. The Mendocino Celeron isnt officially supported but you can always try it anyway.
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Last edited by markot on This site hosts no abandonware. I have also made some test with these three CPU’s: I’ve tested only the 2 first benchmarks from Phils package. Return to General Old Hardware. My advice would be to prk a win98 box with this board and get a slower machine for early dos gamespentium pr, etc. I don’t like these piezo speakers. Last edited by Skyscraper on You can always try software slowdown utilities though. Users browsing this forum: