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Re:No POST. Purchased New D915GUX M/B. Installed SL8JS Intel CPU,no boot. Installed SL7PW Intel CPU,boot. Prob: Is there any way I can assess the SL8JS CPU for compatibility for the D915GUX M/B or should the SL7PW CPU be used only. Item: SL8JS Intel CPU 8ooMhz,1Mb,Socket 775

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Http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d915pdt/sb/cs-026985.htm

This is Intel's website for this motherboard, which lists which CPUs are compatible.

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