since 8.30.02


Here at The Lunchbox we provide you information to modify your computer for better performance, stability and greater efficiency in a low-cost fashion. Want to mod your BX chipset motherboard to accept newer processors? We'll show you how to modify your slocket & slot1 or socket370 mobo to take a Tualatin Celeron or Tualatin Pentium3. The Tualeron mod can save you having to upgrade to a whole new computer. A generic slotket can be just as good as a name brand sloket so don't throw it away. Learn how to remove the integrated copper heat spreader so you can better overclock your CPU with high performance copper heatsinks.


Featured Articles

Tualatin Performance Numbers

We thought it would be helpful to see what sort of performance other modders had achieved with their Tualatin Celeron modded computers.

Tuesday, December 24 , 2002


MS-6905 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.

Saturday, November 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.

Tuesday, November 19, 2002


Tualatin-izing Your ABIT ZM-6

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 motherboard?

Tuesday, October 29, 2002

Updated Sunday, November 10, 2002


Site news

Slot-T Slot1 Slockets for sale

Wednesday, December 4 , 2002

We almost missed this one. While browsing the forums, I read USER Herbo's post on this adapter. Upgradeware has released a Slot1 slocket that is Tualatin CPU ready



Our forums are here

Saturday, November 23 , 2002

We have been tweaking the HTML of this site for the search engines and put together some forums so we can have at least one central place to post.

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Socket370 Pin Adapters for sale

Friday, October 18, 2002

While browsing the Mad Onion Tualeron forum I came across USER SSV's post on Upgradeware's S370 to S370T adapter called the 370GU.

PowerLeap also released a strikingly similar PL-NEO/T.


DISCLAIMER: These mods will void your warranty. Do not attempt any of these if you fear you will not be successful.

We accept no responsibility for your errors, loss of hardware, software, data, or anything else for that matter.

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