Question about Dell (58GGC) Motherboard
It all depends on which version of Pentium 4 that you have.
If it's one of the older ones, then they were socket 478, and probably 440mhz fsb.
The newer ones are socket 775, and allow for faster bus speeds, such as 800 and 1066 mhz bus speed, and they allow for bigger, faster ram as well.
Early P4's didn't have hyper-threading, and that seriously hurt the performance of the chip.
If you do find a mobo, make sure that it matches the fsb of the processor, otherwise the processor may not be recognized by the system.
Good luck, and I hope I helped you !
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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