Question about Gateway (4000779) Motherboard
The first thing to do would be to look up the specs of the original chip on the manufacturer's website and see what socket that is is; if it's an intel, it is likely to be a 775. The new chip must be a 775, and be compatible with your old RAM; again on the manufacturer's site. You might also need to upgrade the power supply, as if it is an older one, it might not provide the necessary power.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
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