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NEW PROCESSOR I CURRENTLY HAVE A PENTIUM D820 2.8GHZ PROCESSOR ON MY HP T3625.UK DESKTOP CAN I INSTALL A CORE 2 DUO AS THEY HAVE THE SAME LGA775 SOCKET MANY THANKS KELVIN

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You will need to look up the specifications of the motherboard, which requires the number off the main board or a system info program. once you know the brand and model of motherboard, dl the motherboard manual and see if it is supported.

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I want know intel d 945gcr supports quied core processor or core 2 duo processor?


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What processor does the board support


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Best compitable intel core two duo processor for mercury PI945GZD mainboard


Hello here is the homepage:

http://www.mercury-pc.com/product-detail.php?link=p-mainboards&subtitle=Mainboard&productid=718#

The mainboard is socket LGA775 for latest Intel Core 2 Duo(E4400/E4300)/ Pentium(Dual- Core inside)/ Pentium D / Pentium 4 / Celeron D processor/

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What type of dual core processor can I use for my dc7600?


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NEW PROCESSOR


Im not sure because Pentium D is quite old but is still an LGA 775 CPU. I have 20% chance that it will work.
Why do you want to change to Core 2 Duo anyway? Its not gonna benefit you much except maybe a bit more speed in GHz and a bit more Chache.
If you want to you can download CPU-Z to identify your CPU.
www.cpuid.com
Run the utility and go to the "about" tab and dump to text file (press the button at the bottom)
Copy the things to do with the CPU and reply. Then ill have a look.

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