Bij BXBoards hebben ze een review in elkaar geschroefd rondom de nieuwe Iwill Slocket II 370 to Slot1 Converter met Coppermine en Dual Celeron support. Hieronder wat info:
The quality of construction of these units is superb. The cards are actually modelled on the old style Pentium II SECC cartridges. The rear of the Slocket could easily be mistaken for a CPU, and because of its size, it fits like a glove in the CPU slot, with no wobble, so there is no danger of any reduced system stability. Some converter cards suffer from wobble, which can result in the odd freeze over time, and the need to re-seat the convertor. This isn't a problem here, and the result is stable platform from which to launch an expedition into the realms of overclocking
While this unit is designed from the ground up to support Coppermine overclocking, backwards compatibility with Celerons has not been forgotten. Jumper 8 on the unit configures the card into either PPGA (Celeron) or FCPGA (Pentium IIIE). One size of convertor card really does fit both variants on the Socket 370 theme. Very nice indeed! Additionally, the unit also features forward compatibility with Cyrix forthcoming Socket370 chip, codenamed "Jupiter" and jumper 9 on the board configures between Cyrix and Intel compatibility. Iwill have thought of everything!
While the FCPGA Coppermine is dual enabled, so there is no need to have fancy electronics onboard the unit to assist this feature, Celeron owners do not have this luxury. However the Iwill Slocket II still provides dual Celeron support and its all built in from the ground up , without any need to configure anything. Very elegant.