|The Pentium-60MHz processor was the first
CPU that Intel ever made under the Pentium
name. As it was built to fit the long-obsolete 273-pin Socket-4 connector,
it is not even amenable to the latest upgrade kits made by by PowerLeap,
Evergreen Technologies, or Kingston Technology
(linked to our Vendors page); they require
at least a later-generation Socket-5 or -7 compatible motherboard to start
with. For more information on the upgrade issues involved, see Chris
Hare's excellent resource on the subject.
It's time to start looking for a whole new computer. Not only will you
be able to better run Windows,
Linux, or whatever OS
you choose, but you will be able to take advantage of new hardware, such
Check out our Top CPU Scorecard list and our
Price List pages to help you decide
how fast a machine your budget will buy.