The first daughterboard supporting both Intel and Cyrix 370 socket processors has been released.
The board, called 370 Socket Inside, is manufactured by a Taiwanese firm and allows either an Intel 370 pin Celeron processor or a Cyrix 370 pin processor to run on existing Slot One motherboards.
Cyrix, part of National Semiconductor, has a cross licensing agreement with Intel that allows it use the Socket 370 technology and support logic.
Executives at Cyrix confirmed at last month's Cebit show in Hannover, Germany, that the company would produce a 370 pin processor.
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