02-07-2004, 08:39 PM
Imperial Space Womble
Join Date: Jan 2004
SLOT 1 or SOCKET 370 CPU?
I remember selling some ASUS SLOT 1 motherboard 2 years ago. Never seen them since. BTW, that motherboard was RA stock.
I know for a fact that the P-III 450 NEVER came out at a Socket 370.
As for the SOCKET 370, you might find a SOCKET 370. It's been about 12 months since i have seen a new SOCKET 370 motherboard.
The problem you have is this.
Most people that have a Slot 1 Motherboard tend to have a Slot 1 CPU. At work, I have 2x P-III 500 CPU + WORKING MOTHERBOARD. We refuse to sell them seperately. Once every 2 weeks, I will have some one calling me up for just the SLOT 1 motherboard.
It might be time for an upgrade. I am quite sure you will be able to find some one with a LATE P-III or EARLY AMD Athlon with Motherboard.
You will still be able to keep your ram investment.
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