it sounds like it will accept virtually any Socket370 CPU...Please explain what the deal is here....because I just don't understand.
Intel 810 chipset includes a CPU interface controller, integrated memory
controller, integrated power management unit, concurrent PCI (PCI v.2.0,
2.1, 2.2), 3D video, IDE and ISA bus controller.
n Flexible Processor Support
Onboard Socket 370 supports leading-edge processors:
Celeron™ PPGA processors 333/366/400/433/466/500 MHz and up.
Various External Bus and CPU/Bus Frequency Ratio Support
The board supports the Bus frequency of 66 / 75 / 83 / 90 / 95 / 100 / 112
/ 124 / 133MHz and the CPU/Bus frequency ratio of 2x / 2.5x / 3x / 3.5x / 4x
/ 4.5x / 5x / 5.5x / 6x / 6.5x / 7x / 7.5x / 8x by a switching voltage regulator
which accepts 1.8V to 2.8V.
n Versatile Main Memory Support
Accepts up to 512MB (total) RAM using two DIMMs of 8, 16, 32, 64, 128,
256MB with support for lightning-fast SDRAM (66/100MHz).[b][u] [/u][/b]