Question about Intel D865PERL Motherboard
Here's the table of supported processors from the manual for your board:
If you need a copy of the manual, you can download it here.
There's really very little to be gained by upgrading the processor on this board, unless it's the bottom-rated Celeron. Here's one source for the Pentium 4 at the top of the table. There are others, I just picked this one because it was first. This is a discontinued, fairly old board with a socket 478 design. This limits the processors it will support, and also the availability of parts. Simply sticking in a little faster processor won't make a big difference in performance.
What will help, if you haven't already done so, is to add memory. Putting in the maximum the board can support (or is supported by the operating system, if it's a lower amount) and using RAM matched to the processor speed will let was you have already work its best. And upgrading your video card may also be helpful for many applications.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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