What are overdive processors and is one available for my 200 MMX pent. The computer manufacture(HP)indicates that my system(HP7360) will allow this upgrade. Any help would be appreciated.
A overdrive processor is a quick easy way to speed up your computer cpu just plug it in on top of your old processor but it sometimes does work the way you want to. but its worth a shot if it works your in good it doent your computer maybe kinda unstable or not run right at all trust me I had this fun with an old 486.
There is a new solution called powerleap. Evergreen has also similar solutions. These are overdrives or chips that will upgrade your system with a minimum of labor. In some cases, you install a slot with the processor--very similar to the old daughterboard. However, the new motherboards and chips are so cheap that I don't see the need for using these overdrives when you can get better deals with the Celerons or Amds.
Check with Hp because you are dealing with a proprietary system and Hp follows its own standards.
[This message has been edited by ANTONIO E GUERRA (edited 04-01-99).]
Look at me, buddy.
Talk to yourself.
You've got a Pentium 200.
The max upgrade you can get for your system is 233mhz.
Are you gonna waste your money for a 33mhz upgrade? I don't think so.
You'd be unbelievably stupid if you did that upgrade.
Got the money, dish that system and get yourself a celeron system. Don't buy from those pc manufacturers, especially those who have their own stupid proprietary designs. Build your own. That would be the smartest choice, unless you're computer illiterate.
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