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SUPER P4DC6 motherboard.

CAN A SUPER P4DC6 motherboard support multiple cpu's?

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Re: SUPER P4DC6 motherboard.

The P4DC6 supports upto two Intel Xeon processors this link will provide much more detailed information on your board, it also includes all updated software, drivers, bios files and manuals

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Next, make sure your power supply is connected correctly. Many motherboard need an additional power connector for the CPU. This will be specified in your MB manual.

Finally, make sure memory and CPU are properly seated in their sockets. Sometimes bumping into the computer or moving it can loosen them.

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If this does not identify the cause inspect your CPU. Be VERY careful removing it. You may need to heat it up with a hair dryer to soften the thermal paste. Carefully inspect the pins/contacts on the CPU and socket to make sure none are bent, missing or dirty. Even if you don't see a problem the CPU could still be damaged. The only way to be sure it to try it in another computer or try an identical CPU in your computer. Once again, be VERY careful or take it to a professional.

Aside from that you may have a failure on your motherboard which is way too complex to cover here. You may be able to find capacitors that have the top split open or burn marks on the MB. The best bet is to have it tested by the manufacturer.

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