Lin Lin Socket 370 Tualatin Adapter Converter like Powerleap PL-370/T - conv-linlin-tualatin

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Lin-Lin Tualatin to Socket 370 Adapter

by TNAndy on 7/22/2011

The Lin-Lin Socket 370 Adapter allows you to install a Tualatin Pentium III on a motherboard that normally allows only Coppermine Pentium III CPUs. I have three Lin-Lin Adapters installed, each with a 1.4GHz Pentium 3. Two are on Gigabyte GA-6VXC7-4X-P motherboards and one is on a Tyan Trinity 400 version M. All three currently work fine using the default jumper settings. Unfortunately, it is not always easy to get these things to work. I suspect there may be a problem with the pins always making full contact with the socket on the mobo. In one case, I used a much too heavy heatsink. As long as the motherboard was horizontal, it worked. When vertical, the weight of the heatsink stressed the socket and the computer no longer booted. Read More

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The Lin Lin is a Socket 370 Tualatin Adapter that lets you utilize up to Intel Pentium 3 and Celeron 1.4Ghz CPUs in older coppermine capable motherboards by providing the necessary electrical modifcations. This adapter will NOT adapt a PPGA Mendicino Celeron 533 or lower socket to the Tualatin FCPGA2 core, your motherboard MUST be coppermine FCPGA1 capable. This adapter has a full range of CPU voltage settings and also supports 100 and 133 side bus speeds. For more compatibility information please contact us by email.

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Manufacturer Lin Lin
Mfg Part# conv-linlin-tualatin
SKU 208463508
Sales Rank 40730
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Lin-Lin Tualatin to Socket 370 Adapter by TNAndy on Jul 22, 2011

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