Best Regards and luck. I found that I downloaded the list from VIA’s website, so I’ll just go and copy it’s content right here. Users browsing this forum: My retro rigs old topic Interesting Vogons threads links to Vogonswiki Report spammers here! Last edited by flufetor on
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I do know that I once tried a Nehemiah in a non-Tualatin board which in fact did support the needed lower voltage and it did complete post with the correct voltage applied to the CPU but I think I ran into some problem later and never bothered to try again as I had other options anyway I had regular Tualatin boards and this was just to relieve me of my curiosity. It is a slightly different board I have another two without the E letter: Whats missing in your collections?
And BGA models didn’t implement it in any design. Last edited by flufetor on Return to Acoro Old Hardware. I’ll try to test a Nehemiah on those when I have spare time and find them. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. This disclaimer is brought to you thanks acoro the BSA. I found that I downloaded the list from VIA’s website, so I’ll just go and copy it’s content right here.
I used them on a number of VIA X boards. Also on Apollo pro not T.
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Best Regards and luck. I think 693w the results will be useful for both posters: Also this website http: I remember reading that VRM spec for coppermines coluld go as low as 1. Users browsing this forum: Wanted to move a Nehemiah from a T board to a 1. Board index All times are UTC.
S Board for Nehemiah Core? I’ll go check if I can find that list somewhere as it might help 6933a cut down the list of potential boards to try if the board doesn’t officially support C3. It wasn’t very helpful though as it didn’t list which chip was compatible with which board though, but in theory Tualatin board acprp be compatible, but I don’t know of any way for sure. I’d rather not pick the wrong board and have it crawl whenever I try to move the mouse cursor. Before finding that there were replies to my post, today, I was, funnily, doing some testing to rearrange CPUs in boards and making room for some new tualatins I got from ebay.
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Asus tusl2-c is a good one but there are many others. This site hosts no abandonware. Use at your own risk! Just be warned though, I tried looking for definitive and clear information about the compatibility of the various incarnations of the chip VIA sold as C3, but it was hard to find anything conclusive, so I just gathered any 69a3 I could find. I have tested a 1 GHz Nehemiah on it. I’m mistaken, its a 1. Not sure about the 693 issue, but 1st generation Ezra is the one with the lowest operating voltage: That is the same string used for the C3 Samuel 2 pre-Ezra it had installed previously.
Its a grat board: My retro rigs old topic Interesting Vogons threads links to Vogonswiki Report spammers here! Another issue wcorp VID management of the board. BIOS Monitoring reports 1. Of course they also run on Tualatin boards.