Question about Intel Desktop Board D845GVAD2 Motherboard
my desktop is having D845gvda2 mother board for pentium4 processor. some chipset omn mother board is gone bad. now i want ot change the mother board. so which motherboard will be compatible for me..
Well if you want to keep your processor than you'll want to search for a motherboard with the same Socket type. You'll need to know exactly what kind of processor you have. If you have the box you can find out that way. Assuming you put it together your yourself. Or if you really have no clue. You can remove the heatsink off the CPU. And the socket label will be written right under that. (examples could be.. socket A.. socket 378.. Socket 754).
Once you find that. You can find a motherboard with that type and just ensure that it supports your processor and you'll be good to go.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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