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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Kerri Ann, Sep 25, 2003.

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  1. Kerri Ann

    Kerri Ann Thread Starter

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    i would like to know which mobos are compatible with my cpu...
    its a pentium III 933 mhz 133mhz bus 256 L2 cache
    ive gone to a couple websites that will list the mobos for it, but it asks for the chipset type, 815E or 815EP.
    how can i tell which one i have?
     
  2. mobo

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    Aida 32 should provide the chipset under motherboard
     
  3. McTimson

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    I would think that you get to pick which chipset you want....

    The chipset is located on the motherboard, it's like the controller for the motherboard. As long as the chipset supports the processor, either one will work.
     
  4. Kerri Ann

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    oh i get it... i feel dumb now...
     
  5. Kerri Ann

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    ok, so does anyone know a good site that will find compatible mobos for my cpu?
     
  6. pronute

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    Both chipsets will work with the P3 933MHz. and so will The VIA PC133 seires chipsets, The VIA Apollo Pro266T chipset, SiS630S & SiS630ST chipsets
     
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