'386 chip upgrade?

From: Lawrence Walker <lgwalker_at_mts.net>
Date: Mon Jan 27 11:52:01 2003

 To my knowledge most of the 486SLC chips work with
386 MCA. I don't have a P70 so I can't say for sure.

IBM Blue Lightning ?

Kingston 486/SX Now! 25Mhz
Cyrix 486Drx2 (AKA DRUsup2)


 You might check the comp.sys.ibm.ps2.hardware
archive on google for the P70.

 In my archived files I have some info I could send you if
you wish.


On 26 Jan 2003, , Robert F. Schaefer wrote:

> I've got an old P70 (IBM MCA luggable w/ plasma display)
> with a '386DX20 that I'm playing around with. Does anyone
> know if there's a drop-in replacement for the '386DX? I'm
> pretty constrained space-wise, no room for an interposer and
> barely room for a heatsink should one prove necessary. I'm
> not aiming for a fire-breathing monster, just more geek
> points when I boot AIX-PS/2 and Solaris-mca 2.6 on it.
> Thanks!
> Bob

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