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Old 05-15-2006, 07:49 AM   #6
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Default Re: Fv24

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Originally Posted by kc8adu
remember these do not support tualatins.
got one in for recap a while back that had a p3s 1.26 in it.
customer swore it once worked but shuttles website shows it as unsupported.
put in a 1000/133/256 coppermine and it ran fine.
The FV24 does NOT support Tualatin CPU's, but the FV25 does. That was the only difference between the two boards, well, that and one cap value varience between the FV24 and FV25.

I've never had any trouble running either the FV24 or the FV25 at 133FSB (with good caps of course), as long as it wasn't some failed overclocking experiment. As with any system, you want to use good memory.
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