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Old 09-25-2018, 09:29 PM   #21
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Default Re: Another classic combo revived! Abit BP6

I scored 10x celeron 366's (SL36C) for peanuts. The first pair I pulled out of the box and stuck in this BP6 POST'd @ 550/100 @ 2.0v vcore, and are perfectly stable! YAY
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Old 09-27-2018, 10:18 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by ChaosLegionnaire View Post
yikes didnt realise stuff that old could be polymodded safely, considering it has only a single power phase per cpu. looks like hardware back in those days were tough ol' boats! cant say the same for current "modern" hardware which break waaay too easily. its like having a computer made out of thin glass or joss paper!

you go, errr man?
You should see what KC8ADU has posted about in the past... he's been polymodding ancient stuff for years, mainly old motherboard for CNC machines. Cool stuff.

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