Question about AMD Sempron 2400+, 1.667 GHz (sda2400box) Processor in a Box (PIB)
Posted by Anonymous on
Without providing the manufacturer and model number of your motherboard you have your CPU installed into, it will not be possible to answer your question.
If you do not know the model of your motherboard, you can normally find it printed on the top surface of the board.
I have included a link to a website that can provide information on identifying your motherboard model number:
How do find what computer motherboard have
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