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Look for appropriate classificational proccessor mehn.
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Posted on May 08, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: gigabyte mother board
hi reason y it wouldn't start is because the 2 is not compatible, what u can do is get a Intel P4 not a celeronD check the socket size and make sure that it correspond with the board that u have. The board that u have uses a 478 socket size so u need to get a processor with the same socket size ok... that should do the trick
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
SOURCE: are they compatible?
Hi, your cpu currently in the machine should be a 754chipset, only way you would be able to put a core duo processor in the machine would be to replace the motherboard, cpu, and probably the memory.. to DDR2
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Posted on Dec 29, 2007
The E5200 would be a nice upgrade. It retails on Newegg.com for 65-69.00 and usually has free shipping. And if you have a compatible motherboard and purchase a nice heatsink, it overclocks very nicely.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
While both processors operate at a Frequency Rate of 3.8GHz, (3800MHz), and have a FSB of 800MHz,
the SL8PY uses the R0 stepping, (R-Zero), and the SL7Z3 uses the N0 stepping. (N-Zero)
[FSB = Front Side Bus]
Apparently the Northbridge of the motherboard chipset, won't support the R0 stepping.
[Northbridge for Intel is called the MCH, or IMC.
Memory Controller Hub, and Integrated Memory Controller, respectively]
The 'Motherboard Chipset' is the Northbridge/Southbridge chipset.
'Chipset' is a slang term for IC. Integrated Circuit.
Stepping is a design change to the same model of processor. There may be a few stepping changes, or many. (A0, B0, C0, Do, A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, and so on) Just depends on what the engineers come up with, before the next model comes out.
Yes, I also checked Intel Support for the Intel D915PGN motherboard, and supported processors. I did not see a BIOS update for using a SL8PY processor either, in the Downloads section.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
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