Firingsquad heeft een review gepost van de Supermicro TMR-006 socket370 riser card met dual celeron jumper:
That was then, and this is now. With the decreasing price of Celerons, and the public awareness how well these CPUs run, it seemed like a good idea to have the option to go dual-Celeron. However, the process of soldering stuff, even though it's on the slocket and not on the CPU itself, was still rather daunting. What was the solution?
Supermicro was kind enough to deliver 2 TMR-006s to us, and of course 2 slockets immediately gave rise to the thought "dual-Celeron!" These unique slockets are already modified for dual-Celeron operation. The modifications are incorporated into the original design the slocket, so you don't see any weird wires and resistors glued on the converter. Even with a trained eye these slockets look like any other slocket. We didn't bother squinting at the trace elements to see that they were connected to the proper pins. Thus, you get the dual-processing capability without the headache of having to solder stuff yourself!
De review heeft verder een aantal Winstone99, Quake II en Photoshop benchmarks waarin de performance van een dual Celeron en dual PII wordt vergeleken met single Celeron/PII configuraties.