Pentium® III Processor Module

Pentium® III Processor Module

The Pentium® III Processor Module comes in one SECC2 package. SECC2 stands for Single Edge Cartridge CPU 2.

Removing the Pentium® III CPU Module

Follow these steps to remove the Pentium® III CPU module from the slot.

NOTE: Determine the type of processor you are installing and make sure the jumpers are set correctly.
Run the Setup Utility after correctly installing a processor.

  -ATTENTION- Processors are sensitive to static discharge.


Pentium® III Processor Installation

Follow these steps to install the Pentium® III processor module with fan sink to the socket on the system board.


  -CAUTION- The electrical contacts of the Pentium® III module are slotted in such a way that the module only fits in one direction.
Make sure that the module groove matches the one on the processor socket.

Installing the Processor Heat Sink and Fan

The Pentium® III processor module with holes on one side to hold the clips of the heat sink and fan.
The upper set of holes (near the latches) on the processor are wider and should match the wider ends of the clips on the heat sink. The lower set of holes are smaller and should match the narrow ends of the heat sink clips.

SECC2 Package Installation

Follow these steps when installing the heat sink and fan to the Pentium® III processor module:


To remove the SECC2 type fan sink, use a screw driver to slide the fastener nodes outward to unlock the fan sink from the processor, then carefully remove the fan sink from the processor.

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