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Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

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Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

RE: Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

No reason I'm aware of that you shouldn't. From what I've seen the AMD chips run Microsoft OSes better than Intel ones do.

Jeff
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RE: Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

Hi DougP

You can bet your first born on that one. I started out using AMD with their 386 chip and have not stopped. Recently I've run NT Server on an AMD K6II at 350 Mhz and now I'm using a AMD K6III at 450 Mhz with no problems.

RE: Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

I'm using AMD K6 133's running NT 4.0, no problems, a bit slow sometimes, but ya gotta expect that.

RE: Can you use a AMD K6 475 as a CPU for NT Server?

I have a AMD K6-2 350 and 450 running 4.0 server SP5 with no problems. Memory is key, I have 500MB RAM in each.

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