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Intel finds faulty components in new Pentium III systems!

Posted By : of Data Doctors on May 10, 2000

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Intel has discovered a problem with components inside some Pentium III computers!

This question was answered on May 10, 2000. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Intel said it found problems with Pentium III computers containing a chip called the "memory translator hub" (MTH) The MTH is malfunctioning because of system noise, or internal computer signals The flaw with the MTH can cause computers to freeze up or reboot

This MTH chip was introduced in November of 1999 and will only apply to customers that have purchased new Pentium III systems since then

If you would like to test your system for the chip, you can download the test at:

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Posted by of Data Doctors on May 10, 2000

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