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Processor Upgrades - Mitsubishi Electric Apricot XEN pentium Owner's Handbook Manual

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Expanding the system
The next time you power the system up the SETUP utility will
be invoked automatically.

Processor upgrades

Pentium 60 and 66 systems are fitted with an Intel Socket 4
Zero-Insertion-Force (ZIF) socket. This socket is ready to
accept any 5V Pentium variant with a Socket 4 compatible
pinout, and an external clock speed which matches the original
processor.
Pentium 90 and 100 systems are fitted with an Intel Socket 5
Zero-Insertion-Force (ZIF) socket. This socket is ready to
accept any 3.3V Pentium variant with a Socket 5 compatible
pinout, and an external clock speed which matches the original
processor.
Removing the processor
Before installing the upgrade processor you must first remove
the existing processor. The processor is at the front left of
the motherboard. Instructions on locating the socket and
removing a processor are given below.
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3.
Replace the two screws which secure the 5.25" drive
bay.
4.
If there is a drive in the bay reconnect its power and
signal cables.
5.
Replace the system unit cover.
1.
Power the system down.
2.
Take suitable anti-static precautions and remove the
system unit cover.
If you are unfamiliar with the recommended anti-static
precautions and/or the process of removing the
system unit cover refer to the appendices at the rear
of this manual.
3.
Identify the processor socket.

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