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Old 04-18-2006, 03:45 PM   #1
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Default AMD and Intel Mixing and forcing - OK to power?

I just placed an AMD K6-2 500MHZ with a very little force. All pins DO match. I checked.

Now here's the thing:

This CPU is replacing a Pentium MMX 200MHZ That doesn't have a matching pin (And worked)

The motherboard has an INTEL chipset

Is it normal that I forced very gently?

Will it boot up with the Intel and AMD or will by derriere fry up in a matter of seconds? I have it in front and I will not touch it until the majority agrees to one answer.
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Old 04-18-2006, 03:50 PM   #2
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UPDATE: Now, it drops in...WTH?
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Default Re: AMD and Intel Mixing and forcing - OK to power?

I'm not sure if it'll work, but that is normal. See what socket you have. I beleive the K6's required a Socket7 and the Pents worked on a Socket5 or 7...I can't recall right off... I know older pents used Socket5(like 75-200MHz) but I'm THINKING any Pentium with MMX needed the Socket7...
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All Pentium DO require Either Socket 5 or 7, depending. Socket 5 was up til 1995.
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Default Re: AMD and Intel Mixing and forcing - OK to power?

Is that not basically what I just said? :P

Anyway, come to think of it...I THINK I had a K6-166 in an old Socket7 motherboard with an intel chipset.
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So, you think it would work?
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worth a try, however wouldnt suggest it unless that processor/mobo doesnt really mean anything to you.. in case it cooks it
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The_Other_One did it, and yes, the CPU is worth a lot more... All it does is that it fits.
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I think it would be ok to be honest. I mean if you think about it, we are always mixing chipsets and CPU's, I think it will be fine.

Wait until you get my mobo maybe, I dunno...up to you..

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Default Re: AMD and Intel Mixing and forcing - OK to power?

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I just placed an AMD K6-2 500MHZ with a very little force. All pins DO match. I checked.

Now here's the thing:

This CPU is replacing a Pentium MMX 200MHZ That doesn't have a matching pin (And worked)

The motherboard has an INTEL chipset

Is it normal that I forced very gently?

Will it boot up with the Intel and AMD or will by derriere fry up in a matter of seconds? I have it in front and I will not touch it until the majority agrees to one answer.
lmao, your still using a 500mhz as your main computer?
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Default Re: AMD and Intel Mixing and forcing - OK to power?

Lmao, is he heck, thats one of his on the side, hes got like 5 in his room - I like seeing pictures of them, dont know if you remember the thread, lhuser will know what I mean.

Were both stuck with good ol' Pentium 4, S478 for now.
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lmao, your still using a 500mhz as your main computer?
Heck no! I have a P4 3GHZ aswell as 2 AMD Athlons. This PC has to go up


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I think it would be ok to be honest. I mean if you think about it, we are always mixing chipsets and CPU's, I think it will be fine.

Wait until you get my mobo maybe, I dunno...up to you..

Just noticed you have an avatar now - cool!
Your mobo is a Slot1 I think.

Yeah, I have a new avi, but not sure If I'm keeping it.
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Lmao, is he heck, thats one of his on the side, hes got like 5 in his room - I like seeing pictures of them, dont know if you remember the thread, lhuser will know what I mean.

Were both stuck with good ol' Pentium 4, S478 for now.
Yes, I so know this thread...I even posted lots of pics on the Cases gallery for him
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can u show me the pic of all of the comps in your room as a group? lol
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can u show me the pic of all of the comps in your room as a group? lol

NO NO NO DONT!

I'll get started then, john123, a while ago, I admitted I liked looking at the back of computers, dont ask, took me long enough to try and persuade people I dont masterbait over them, but when I go into a PC shop, I look inside them, at the back, check out the specs, all that.

Dont think im a wierdo, just a hobbie and interest

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Default Re: AMD and Intel Mixing and forcing - OK to power?

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NO NO NO DONT!

I'll get started then, john123, a while ago, I admitted I liked looking at the back of computers, dont ask, took me long enough to try and persuade people I dont masterbait over them, but when I go into a PC shop, I look inside them, at the back, check out the specs, all that.

Dont think im a wierdo, just a hobbie and interest

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huh, you know the same things happen to me.... people accuse me of getting weird with tha pc... just cuz im good with them.... esp at my skool...
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Now, it's almost ready... I can still go back...Is IT SAFE?
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I think it will be..
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OK, I was told that I could fry my CPU, so what I did was to replace my Pentium back and I got this:

1-3-3-1 28 Autosize DRAM.
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