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Can i use x5492 cpu on an asus p5p800 motherboard

I want to use the xeon x5492 on my asus p5p800 motherboard. will it work?

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CPU is LGA771 and M/B is LGA775.
M/B is too old even you can fit CPU on it, it will not perform well.
Find a better MotherBoard (M/B) for your powerful CPU.

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64-bit computing, the next generation technology to replace current 32-bit architecture, delivers advanced system performance, faster memory access and increased productivity. This motherboard provides excellent compatibility and flexibility by supporting either 64-bit or 32-bit architecture.
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2- BIOS damaged, well if the mother beard doesn't start at all then this is your problem, Change the BIOS at any ASUS local agent
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Let me know if I can assist you further, or if I need to explain anything in more detail. If this solves your question, please rate the solution.

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