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Unfortunately you would not be able to use it. Even though it has the same socket platform which is 478, the maximum FSB that the Motherboard can handle would be 500Mhz. The processors that you want to use has an FSB of 800Mhz. You can always try but there would be no guarantee for success, even if it does work, stability would not be achieved.
the latest P4S533-E motherboard supports Socket 478 Intel® P4 processors, which utilize the most advanced 0.13um process technology to provide frequencies up to 2.53GHz, delivering robust features and performance for your digital world. The Intel® P4 offers optimized performance for audio, video, and Internet applications..in other words no lol
according to the manufacturer: Support Socket 478 for Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 1.5GHz~3.06GHz or faster Processor Support Intel(R) Hyper-Threading Technology CPU 400/533MHz system interface speed
any socket 478 processor with a 400 or 533 bus speed should work.
For an ASUS P4BGL-VM Intel 845GL Chipset Ultra ATA100 MATX CPU Type: Intel Pentium 4 478-Pin (OEM), the Asus site specifies max of 2 x 184-pin DIMM Sockets support max. 2GB PC2100 / PC1600 non-ECC DDR or SDRAM memory but not "and".
Personally, I find it more practical to install 2 X 1Gb rather than a single 2Gb.
Hope this gives you some idea. Kind regards.