We thought it would be
helpful to see what sort of performance
other modders had achieved with their
Tualatin Celeron modded computers.
24 , 2002
Meets the Tualeron Mod
It would be difficult
to apply the right mod if you didn't
know what version of MS-6905 you had.
We worked out a mod for the MS-6905
1.1 Rev. A which "should"
work on all of the non-'Master' versions.
30 , 2002
The VID mod
We recommend the default
voltage VID mod to get you going and
prevent >2.0v initial power-ups.
We had an adapter runaway to 2.2v before
we applied the VID mod.
Tualatin-izing Your ABIT
My motherboard is not
Slot1, it's socket370. I don't have
a slocket to mod so how can I put a
Tualatin processor in my Celeron-only
29, 2002 Updated Sunday, November
Modding a Generic Slotket
I have a slotket that
I want to use for the Tauleron mod but
it's not on the list of compatible slotkets.
Can I still use it?
Friday, October 18,
How Much Current Do I Need?
You have an old BX motherboard
and power supply that could do with
a Tualatin upgrade but can they handle
the power requirements of such a new
Sunday, October 13,
Removing Your Integrated Heat
So your a mad overclocker
and you want to remove that Integrated
Heat Spreader(IHS) because it may drop
your temperatures that few degrees you
need to gain perfect stability?
Tualeron in a BX Motherboard
We had a crack at this
mod and it went suprisingly quick. Choose
the right slotket adapter for your Slot
1 motherboard, insulate a few pins,
a dab of paint and voila. 1.2 GHz without
breaking the bank or a sweat.
Friday, August 30,
2002 Updated Tuesday,
October 8, 2002