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I am facing 2nd problem with my pc.

I change my processor into 3GHZ but my pc are not working. it cant display. i hav instaled a 250mb video card. my oldest processor is only 1.5GHZ. The model if my mother board is ASUS P4S533-MX.
How can i solve this problem? Im hoping for your good reply.

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  • dodgeymoe May 11, 2010

    this board only supports cpu`s with a fsb of 533mhz or lower if you have a p4 3ghz it could have a fsb of 800mhz! so it wont work,


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Most likely problem is an unsuppoterd cpu. Check the Asus website to see if cpu you installed is compatible with this board.

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