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SubjectRe: AMD K6-2/400 and FIC VA-503+BM with Linux 2.0.36
On Mon, Feb 22, 1999 at 11:47:36AM -0600, John Fulmer wrote:

> Do we have any good sucess stories with <350 Mhz K6's and FIC
> VA-503+ MB's? I can't say I've heard one yet with this combo and
> Linux.

I've got two pretty stable K6's here:

a 200 MHz .35u K6, running at 2x 100 MHz (200 MHz)
a 266 MHz .25u K6-2 w/ CXT core, running at 4.5x 83 MHz (373 MHz)

With good cooling, and little more voltage they both run fine, and the first
managed at least a week of (heavy load) continuous uptime (well, I update my
kernel quite often), and the other a couple days (being a dual boot computer
with an other operating system).

Of course, both run pretty well at their standard settings, too.

And, they are in VA-503+'s.


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