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I HAVE A SOCKET 370 MOTHERBOARD WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE AND THE FCPGA VS FCPGA2? AND HOW DO YOU KNOW WITCH TYPE WILL WORK ON THE MOTHERBOARD THANKS COOL KID

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Intel Pentium III and Celeron CPUs less than 1001 Mhz were FC-PGA.
Intel Pentium III and Celeron CPUs more than 1200 Mhz were FC-PGA-2.

However, Intel made CPUs in the 1000 to 1200 range that were FC-PGA
*AND* Intel made CPUs in the 1000 to 1200 range that were FC-PGA2.

So, all FC-PGA CPUs will work in almost every Socket 370 motherboard,
but all FC-PGA-2 CPUs require a motherboard that supports FC-PGA-2 CPUs.

Posted on Nov 19, 2009

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