Question about D-Link DFL 500 (DFL-500) Firewall
Alright, this depends on the BIOS on the motherboard and if it will support these chips. Best thing you can do is physically call or email the manufacturer of the motherboard.
Some motherboards will support any 775 processors (aside from the Xeon types that were made on the 775 design). Bios Revisions add support for different processors. However, many motherboards can't even support the Dual core setup at all, as it is like having dual processors and the bios just won't understand how to support this.
So, whatever you're trying to upgrade; get in contact with the manufacturer and find out if it will support the chip you're wanting.
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
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