I am aware of a few people that get this message when checking. I think it only shows up on the early P3's. they work as a P3 and peform exactly as they should, just that sys. information detects them as a P2. J.
I wonder whether this has something to do with the Windows Version you're using. As far as I remember, Windows 95 recognized my o'clocked Celeron 300 > 450 as a Pentium III 450. Early Pentium III were available in both Slot and Socket (this gave rise to dual format Mobo and the famous Slotkets).
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