Re: nope

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Subject: Re: nope
Name: booman2
Date: 1/11/2002 6:20:19 PM (GMT-7)
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In Reply to: Re: nope posted by Victor

Hi Victor,

It is very unlikely that you can get a K6-2 AMD chip to run on the board you have. One thing you can do is go to Packard-Hell's web-site and see if they still post a flash bios revision for it. Before you look, jot down your bios version currently on the 166 board.
They normally give you what the bios revision adds or fixes on the download page. It may tell you what, if any, AMD chips the board may support. Ludicrous is right when he says you may only see a blank screen when you boot due to the bios having no clue what is socketed. would be wasting your money investing any amount on that board. If it is a duel voltage board, it must support the exact voltage of the K-6 or it was never designed for them. If it was, base all your faith on mimicking the K6-2-366mhz. This was the fastest 66mhz bus chip AMD made. Anything above was 95mhz or 100.
Good Luck,

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