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Intel P-III TUALATIN 1A

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TASOS

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May 16, 2001
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Athens Greece
Yes..it's in the Intel database

S-SPEC: SL5GR
Stepping : tA1
CPUID : 06B1H
L2 : 256K
FSB : 133

I really dont get it !!!
What's the purpose of Intel getting out such kind of cpu?
I wonder what the price will be?

Then i will make more comments about Intel's marketing strategy......and how dummy they think we are.....lol
 

funnyperson1

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Jun 16, 2001
i dont think its that dumb at all....all the overclockers like to see this chip....and thats like 3% of the market :)....
 

h2k

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Dec 18, 2000
Location
Vancouver, Canada
I played with a few at work experience today. They're 133mhz fsb... so I couldn't get a very good o/c...
only a measly 1050 before it conked out....
lol
 
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TASOS

TASOS

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Well , till now i see much interest for that chip !!!!
My initial thoughts were kind of negative about it.

Why should someone buy a P-III 1A 133FSB.....when you can get a CELERON 1A 100FSB....and have much more way up for o\c ?

Just for the improved bandwidth?
....and you cant be sure that those chips will follow the "EB's" range of fsb's (150-160)

Am i wrong?