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No available cpu localy

Ive got p4s800 mother board but i dont know where to buy the cpu ( processor )

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Ebay or newegg ( http://www.newegg.com ) if you are in the uk then www.aria.co.uk or www.dabs.com or www.misco.co.uk

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no and no. the CPU or Processor is not included in a motherboard. if your buying a completely different board from the one you have you may need to expend a few hundred more to buy a new processor to match. also you may have to buy new RAM depending on the new board vs the old board. also you need to match up the PIN number of the board to processor. if its a 966 pin you need a 966 pin processor to match. and RAM DDR1,2,3 to same.

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you can upgrade the CPU without changing the motherboard if the CPU is compatible with the motherboard, you have to buy an Intel processor since the motherboard is Intel. Log on to http://www.intel.com/
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where are you getting your CPU from you cant just buy any CPU laptop cpu's are made for laptops only and a desktop CPU wont work in a laptop. also what is the FSB of you original cpu if its 400 or 533 it probably wont take a processor that need 800mhz fsb

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Upgade motherboard


What problem is it that you are having?
If you want to upgrade you're CPU here is the Asus link for supported CPU's P4S800-MX motherboard.
http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=P4S800-MX
To the right of the list is the bios file that must be used to support the CPU.

If you need instruction on how to replace a CPU just let me know.

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Computer not booting


Unfortunately it sounds like the processor fried. These are very prone to heat degradation.

Link to computer gate
Link2
Link 2 is to Geeks.com
Link 3 Take your pick
Your board supports Northwood/Williamette processors with HT
in 400/533/800 Front Side Bus

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