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when looking for a cpu for the socket 370, be sure to NOT get the socket 370 cpu that is made for servers.
this type requires a motherboard made specifically for that type cpu.
use a search engine to find out how to tell if it is a socket 370 server CPU, there is not enough space here for me to explain it. in that search you will also find out how to determine the answer to your question about cpu's supported by that motherboard..
most socket 370 based systems run pretty well, so you have a good machine there, and it's worth your time to keep it running, and to upgrade it.