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    Abit ST6 supprt Celeron 433 ?

    That is my question.

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    No. Any Celeron Processor before the 533A is "slot 1", and not the "socket 370" chip version. You need a slot 1 motherboard.
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    Originally posted by Bonka
    No. Any Celeron Processor before the 533A is "slot 1", and not the "socket 370" chip version.
    Celeron 433 is slot?? I don't think so!!

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    Originally posted by nucro


    Celeron 433 is slot?? I don't think so!!
    Unless I'm wrong...this is to confirm:

    http://support.intel.com/support/pro.../sspec/icp.htm

    In the 433 row, under the column "notes", there's a "2". The footnote at the bottom notes the "2" as this:

    This processor is in PPGA form factor. Unless PPGA isn't slot 1, I don't know what is then.

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    I have a PPGA 500 which fits in a socket 370 as do all PPGA Celerons, AFAIK. For certain, the early Celerons (266 and 300 w/o the A) are in a SEPP package (I think it is called) which needs a slot 1 mobo (I have a 266 laying around in such a package. I think there are other Celerons in the SEPP package but I'm not sure where they stop.

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    PPGA Processors

    From the Celleron 366 on up, they were mostly PPGA.

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    The answer to the question is "yes". The ST6 is a "Universal" motherboard which means it will support all Intel socket 370 chips, from PPGA to FC-PGA2. I'm running one now. Had a Celeron 400 in it when I assembled it and now am running a Celeron Tualatin. Good things: pretty nice board, a lot of features, and it was inexpensive. Bad things: first board I received was D-O-A.

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    Thank you lyle .
    Asus Tlus2 doesn't support PPGA celerons, but then ST6 doesn't have this problem.

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