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Pentium D 1066 extreme processor install.

Hi I have a P23G mother board and the manual specs state it can support a Pentium D processor 800, 1066 FSB. I have installed a 3.4 extreme 1066 dual core also I have upgraded the memory to 1066 the pc runs fine but it will reboot after a few minutes of run time am I having issues with my processor and timing or do I have to reinstall my operating system thanks.

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I have the PCCHIPS P23G V 1.0A and It only supports certain versions (core steppings) of the Pentium D 945 (3.4ghz). I had the same rebooting problem. Version 3.0 supports all versions of the Pentium D and many earlier Core2Duo processors which run at the 1066 mhz bus. This reply may be a bit late but I suggest that you try one of the newer pcchips Intel boards which are a better than the P23G.

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Try to update the bios

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Hi I think that I have resolved this problem. My board I a 1.0 and I sense found out that this board does not support the model 955 processor but it is operating now with no problems. Thanks for your quick response sincerely Drew C.

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What version is your board. PC Chips P23G V1.0 up to V3.0 ?

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