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List of cpu support for pga 370 motherbord

I wanna know what all processors can a 810e Micro-ATX (pga- 370 socket) can sopport

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The 810E Micro-ATX can only support the following processors

Intel Pentium 3 / Celeron

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An article on socket 478 for you http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/cpu/display/20040123103754.html

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