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Old 31st October, 2001, 07:26 PM
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Celeron 1.2 has arrived!!!

I will be writing a brief review today and will be back with my results.
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Good/Bad news

Doesn't work with the VH6T.

It thinks it's either a 3.5 or 4 multiplier, but does see it as a Tualatin.

When I change it to user defined it has no effect. Abit's website has a new bios but that one's corrputed and doesn't say anything about 1.2 chips, only 1.0 and 1.1
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Nooo, how sad Pinky!
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Nooo, how sad Pinky!
24 hours later Abit released the new bios... they finally heard me complaining .
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Do you think it would work on a BE6-II as well?
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Not unless Abit specifically writes a bios update and the board supports voltages/new pin mapping required.
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Old 2nd November, 2001, 11:29 PM
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Time to check abit.nl then!

*Edit* It would seem like the newest BIOS update supports the 800MHz Celly2, so I guess its just a matter of time before it will support faster Cellies as well.
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Time to check abit.nl then!
Ahhh, that's right you live in the Netherlands. I imagine it doesn't get too cold there, does it? I mean you're surrounded by ocean. How many islands make it up? I'm just full of questions today
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Ahhh, that's right you live in the Netherlands. I imagine it doesn't get too cold there, does it? I mean you're surrounded by ocean. How many islands make it up? I'm just full of questions today
W00T!!! Shame on you!

Check just below my avatar, does it say 'Netherlands' there?
NO, its says DK as in DENMARK! Huge difference.

(But I think the Dutch abit server is the one closest to me)
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Kingdom of Denmark
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Government Type
constitutional monarchy

Capital
Copenhagen

National Holiday
Birthday of the Queen, 16 April (1940)
Nationality (noun)
Dane(s)

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red with a white cross that extends to the edges of the flag; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side, and that design element of the Dannebrog (Danish flag) was subsequently adopted by the other Nordic countries of Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden


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Background

Once the seat of Viking raiders and later a major north European power, Denmark has evolved into a modern, prosperous nation that is participating in the political and economic integration of Europe. So far, however, the country has opted out of some aspects of the European Union's Maastricht Treaty, including the new joint monetary system.
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43,094 sq km

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Ejer Bavnehoj 173 m

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temperate; humid and overcast; mild, windy winters and cool summers

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low and flat to gently rolling plains

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petroleum, natural gas, fish, salt, limestone, stone, gravel and sand

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Danish, Faroese, Greenlandic (an Inuit dialect), German (small minority)
note: English is the predominant second language

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Scandinavian, Inuit, Faroese, German

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Evangelical Lutheran 97%, other Protestant and Roman Catholic, other

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5,336,394 (July 2000 est.)

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0.31% (2000 est.)

Net Migration Rate
1.95 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2000 est.)

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79.27 years (2000 est.) / ?

Sex Ratio
0.98 male(s)/female (2000 est.)

Fertility
1.73 children born/woman (2000 est.)

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Literacy
100%


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This thoroughly modern market economy features high-tech agriculture, up-to-date small-scale and corporate industry, extensive government welfare measures, comfortable living standards, and high dependence on foreign trade. Denmark is a net exporter of food. The center-left coalition government is concentrating on reducing the unemployment rate and the budget deficit as well as following the previous government's policies of maintaining low inflation and a current account surplus. The coalition also vows to maintain a stable currency. The coalition has lowered marginal income tax rates while maintaining overall tax revenues; boosted industrial competitiveness through labor market and tax reforms; increased research and development funds; and improved welfare services for the neediest while cutting paperwork and delays. Denmark chose not to join the 11 other EU members who launched the euro on 1 January 1999.

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4%

GDP from Industry
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GDP from Services
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$44 billion (1996 est.)

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NA%

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You see the dot where it says Aarhus? That is the city I live and study in! W00T!
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W00T!!! Shame on you!

Check just below my avatar, does it say 'Netherlands' there?
NO, its says DK as in DENMARK! Huge difference.

(But I think the Dutch abit server is the one closest to me)
Oh, yeah, my bad. I was thinking Denmark. That's why I said surrounded by water. And it is made up of islands
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Does Intel have a manufacturing site in Denmark? lol
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Does Intel have a manufacturing site in Denmark? lol
Hmm, intel.dk redirects to http://www.intel.com/europe/sites/denmark/

"Our Danish office serves as a sales and support centre for Denmark. The office focuses on working with local PC manufacturers, our distribution partners and the software industry. Our operations in Denmark are part of our Europe - Middle East - Africa Sales and Marketing organisation."



Sorry for taking over your thread with all this patriotic ***** Pinky, it just gets to me sometimes.
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Hmm, intel.dk redirects to http://www.intel.com/europe/sites/denmark/

"Our Danish office serves as a sales and support centre for Denmark. The office focuses on working with local PC manufacturers, our distribution partners and the software industry. Our operations in Denmark are part of our Europe - Middle East - Africa Sales and Marketing organisation."



Sorry for taking over your thread with all this patriotic ***** Pinky, it just gets to me sometimes.
it's tough being .1% of the world's population...
or 1,000 times more people living outside of denamrk than live inside...

or

5,000,000 Danish people
6,000,000,000 people world wide
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it's tough being .1% of the world's population...
or 1,000 times more people living outside of denamrk than live inside...

or

5,000,000 Danish people
6,000,000,000 people world wide
Yeah, wild numbers... but its ok. I would like to see the world, but I could never imagine living anywhere but here. My country has one of the best welfare systems, and it is one of the richest countries in the world. Not many Danish multi-millionaires (mainly because of our ca. 50% income tax rate ) but no poor people living on the streets either. Education is free (also college, universities etc.), heck, we even get money from the state when we study. (I get more than $500 a month from the state!)

(But this is of course also funded by the enourmous tax money we pay, so I know I will be paying it back indirectly later on when I am a computer engineer or computer scientist, lol)

Yeah, I like it here!
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"Be there a heart that beats so cold as to not say, "My own,My Beloved, my Native land!!""
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Education is free (also college, universities etc.), heck, we even get money from the state when we study. (I get more than $500 a month from the state!)

(But this is of course also funded by the enourmous tax money we pay, so I know I will be paying it back indirectly later on when I am a computer engineer or computer scientist, lol)

Yeah, I like it here!
I almost came to Copenhagen (sp?) for a couple semesters as a transfer student but could lay off the pipe or bottle long enough to make my mind up . It's all turned out well anyway!
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Most interesting Allan, most interesting . . . .

This is were Jeff is from(note the red dot); Detoit, Flint, and Saginaw are known best for there automotive industry and crime rates:
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lol

I got it, never realize how much Michigan looks like Denmark on the map .
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