I have aquired a IO and I know it was one of the first ones that were made. I have been looking at some of the Processor mods for it and I was going to attempt to do them but noticed that some of the resistors in the pix from turbo3s pic site are not on my machine. I don't have the specifics just yet, but I was wondering if anyone else has an older IO who has noticed this. I would like to put a Cyrix 333mhz chip on it--but I don't think that I need to modify anything for that chip. It only requires a 2.9v core--so I wouldn't imagine that a 3.3v core would make it run that much hotter--I will let you know what happens.
Not being lasy--I just haven't heard anyone mention it before. I have read hundreds of these articals. I just wasn't sure what a v1 was compared to a v3,4,or 5. Some of these articals can be very vague.
The Cyrix M-II/333 runs too hot and consumes too much power for the I-Opener. The better choices include the AMD K6-III/333, K6-III+/450 and the K6-II+/450, all of which run much cooler, much faster and cost about the same as the M-II/333 (which is no longer manufactured or available new anywhere).
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