Need advice - idea for a project
Hi! I've had the idea of trying to close pin B120 on the Intel Celeron 300A to allow different v-core options via pin-taping.
Thing is, I'm getting a PPGA C300A and a slotket. I'm wondering what pin corresponds to pin B120 on the slotket. This pin won't be connected on the slotket's PCB, but what I need to know is if the pin is even present on the PPGA C300A (i think it's VID(0)
Any pinouts of the celeron would be appreceated too
Oh yeah - have a look at this chart. http://www.geocities.com/celeron_ove...r/voltage2.htm
Ok, does anyone know what I'm talking about?
Hope this helps you out alpha and it does work okay with a 370 in a slocket as far as I am aware http://www.geocities.com/celeron_ove...r/voltage1.htm
I read that, and what I'm trying to do is reconnect the pin on the PPGA chip that corresponds to B120 on the slot1 to allow voltages of 2.05volts, 2.1v, 2.3v, etc.
I think I know what you are trying to do, but you don't need to bother with this, if you haven't bought the slotket yet, you can buy one for around $15 US, that has jumpers to change the core voltage. There are a couple on them listed on http://www.pricewatch.com from companies that ship internationally
But If you already have the slotket and it does not have jumpers to adjust core voltage, just tape the pins as shown on that web site, once the socket 370 chip is put in the slotket, it acts just like a slot one chip.
[This message has been edited by LJE2 (edited 05-16-2000).]
I know I can get a jumpered slotket, but that's no fun! See, with pin taping, more options are avalible if pin B120 is made live by reconnecting it to the core. I'd really like a look at the PCB of a Katmai 600, B120 is closed by default and I wanna check a resistor strength
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