Tiger S1832DL & Pentium III 1.0 ghz 1ghz Slot 1 CPU

Discussion in 'Tyan' started by Christopher, Aug 11, 2004.

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    Christopher Guest

    Does anyone know if the Tiger S1832DL can run a Pentium III 1.0ghz slot CPU?

    Christopher, Aug 11, 2004
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    Lissy+Peter Guest

    Lissy+Peter, Aug 11, 2004
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    LeeBos Guest

    No, the max is 850 IF you have a rev. F board.

    LeeBos, Aug 11, 2004
  4. I don't know about the 1832 or how similar it is to the S1830S, but they are
    both from the same era.

    The S1830S is also listed as having a maximum speed of 850 (which is what I
    run). However, others in this newsgroup used to say (back when the 1830 was
    more current) that it could run a PIII/1000 CPU provided that it was the
    1000/100 rather than the 1000/133. And, depending on the Bios version, the
    CPU speed might show as Unknown rather than 1000; however, other speed-test
    programs would correctly report the speed as 1000.

    For a while, I used to search for that CPU on eBay using the following:
    (p3*,piii*,penti*) (1000*,1g*) -133* -p4 -moth* -dual -370 -xeon

    You still have to read each one to make sure that it's a 1000/100 (code
    SL4KL) rather than the 1000/133 (code SL4BS).
    Larry Scholnick, Aug 12, 2004
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    Jamal Taylor Guest

    Certain revisions of the S1832DL will accept 1GHz PIII's. I have one
    with a pair of them running right now. I can check the rev on the board
    if you like.
    Jamal Taylor, Nov 25, 2004
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    LeeBos Guest

    Please do, I have a rev F, running PIII 800's.

    LeeBos, Nov 25, 2004
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    Oct 5, 2006
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    Tiger S1832DL Pentium III 1.0ghz slot


    Did you get an answer to this issue?
    I have 2 SL5QV (PIII 1000/265/100) with a Rev F mobo.
    I can only get CPU1 to work with a CPU blank in CPU2
    If I place another SL5QV in CPU2 with CPU1 the same the mobo will
    not post!
    Any insight - what sSpec do you use with your PIII's?
    Also, I am using a slocket for the CPUs
    JEWilson, Oct 5, 2006
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