Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

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Re: Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

Postby Skyscraper » 2018-1-15 @ 21:21

Yea I'm running the CPUs at stock at the moment. The onboard USB is not very found of overclocking and can flake out even at 140 MHz FSB. It's a known issue and easily solved with a PCI USB card but those are in storage...

Other than that the DVD266 is supposed to do somewhere around 145 - 150 MHz FSB running AGP 4X, a bit more running AGP 2X and much more when using a PCI video card. The AGP implementation seems to be this motherboards weakness.

As this is supposed to be a year 2001 build and 1400 MHz seems right on the money for what I would been able to get with PIII-S 1.26 CPUs Im pretty happy with running the 1.4 CPUs at stock anyhow.
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Re: Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

Postby slivercr » 2018-2-05 @ 16:14

Way to ignore a guy.

In any case, I was successful a while back in setting up dual P3-S 1.4 CPUs on an Intel OR840. The thread has info on how to mod slotkets, info on the korean adapter mod from ebay, and random musings/ramblings.
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Re: Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

Postby luckybob » 2018-2-05 @ 19:23

oh neato. I'll be posting pics of my Asus TRL-DLS here in a bit. Took a short unboxing video too. It came from Germany, I had to.
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Re: Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

Postby Radical Vision » 2018-2-12 @ 13:10

Win 98 on dual Tualatin or 462 is overkill, XP will suit it better.. Also Not sure who got the best dual 370 motherboard, as mine AOpen looks really great,, and pared with x2 Voodoo 2 Black Magic will be insane...
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Re: Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

Postby luckybob » 2018-2-13 @ 07:13

Finally got off my lazy ass and got a short vid together of the TRL-DLS I got. Only took 2 weeks. I've really been buried playing Civ 6's latest expansion.

https://youtu.be/Ql8uF6xqtQE
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Re: Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

Postby slivercr » 2018-2-13 @ 16:36

luckybob wrote:Finally got off my lazy ass and got a short vid together of the TRL-DLS I got. Only took 2 weeks. I've really been buried playing Civ 6's latest expansion.

https://youtu.be/Ql8uF6xqtQE


Please start a thread about this board, I really wanna see the build and benchmarks!
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Re: Dual PIII-S Tualatin 1.4 GHz Success Stories

Postby luckybob » 2018-2-13 @ 19:43

I'm getting some other pieces together, but It is one of my priorities. I just need to finish civ6's x-pack first...
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