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Processor Compatibility Hi. I have an AX45V motherboard w/ a 1.6 GHz P4 processor (socket 478) and I want to upgrade. Just wandering what P4 processors to look for. I think the socket is good for up to 3.4 GHz but I'm wandering what exactly this particular motherboard can handle.

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Hi your mobo can support processors of 400 FSB . The best you could do is use a 2.4 or 2.66 ghz processor . Processors of 533 FSB or beyond are not supported , all these are uni core proc., the newer procs., are all dual or quad cores so beware do not buy a wrong processor

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Please could you advise me if i can get a compatable dual core proccesor for my Foxconn 661M03-G motherboard Motherboard ID 05/26/2006-SiS-661-6A7I4FK9C-00 please would you recomend a proccesor that will...


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Sorry but that motherboard does not support dual core processors. The socket type is 478 which is Pentimum 4 and will support anything up to a 3.2 GHz processor.


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Unfortunately you would not be able to use it. Even though it has the same socket platform which is 478, the maximum FSB that the Motherboard can handle would be 500Mhz. The processors that you want to use has an FSB of 800Mhz. You can always try but there would be no guarantee for success, even if it does work, stability would not be achieved.

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Celeron D 2.5 ghz to replace P4 1.7 ghz on 478 socket motherboard


Technically you can. You should also compare cache level and FSB between the two processors. You may find that replacing the P4 with the celeron may not be much of a again.

http://www.devhardware.com/c/a/Computer-Processors/Celeron-D-the-Little-Processor-that-Could/

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Be sure you have the latest BIOS version for your motherbaord.

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Here is the list from Asrock. CPU's supported for the Asrock P4I65G board. You will find you can go higher.
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CPU Upgrade for Compaq (283983-001) Motherboard


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CPU-Z
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