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New cpu for my motherboard

Lv recently just bought used Prescott3.20GHZ \ 1MB L2 Cache\ 800MHZ socket 478 cpu for my computer to replace the Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz 512k/ 533MHz Socket 478 CPU SL6PF that l accidently broke, but im not sure if my motherboard is compatible, in terms of fsb speeb being that the 3.2 runs at 800mgz and the 2.8 at 533. Any assistance on this would be a great help. lm running 1.5gig of kingston ddr1 if that helps.
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  • mitch75_2008 Aug 17, 2008

    thx ive chech the specs on the asus web support page( p4p800s ai seriers motherboard), seems it willbe fine. My other concern which l forgot to mention was do l need to update the fan and heat sink to spport the 3.2gz cpu since the original is the stock standard 1 that i got with the 2.8ghz cpu

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I need more specification detail on the brand of motherboard? Please email at profsoh_bk@yahoo.com.

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Hopefully it is compatible.

Here is how you can check. First look up the brand and model of the motherboard. Motherboards are usually labeled with that info.

Next go to the motherboard's manufacturer's website. Search Google using the brand name of the motherboard you should get a website in the results.

Then go to the products information of the website, or the downloads section and look up the model number of the motherboard you have.

You should be able to get specs on what CPU the motherboard supports. Or download a manual with specs.

Comment if you need more help.

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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    Joe L. Aug 17, 2008

    If the fan and heatsink from the 2.8GHz CPU fits on the 3.2GHz CPU then you should be fine.

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Your best bet would be to buy an INTEL Pentium 4 3.20GHz/512/800 Processor SL6WG Socket 478. It is a Northwood chip with an 800 fsb and has hyperthreading. There is a 3.40ghz model, but you can get the 3.20ghz chip much cheaper.

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http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/detail.page?LegacyDocID=MIGR-51078

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That's because your motherboard only supports Northwood chips that have a L2 cache of 512 K. The chip you are trying to use is a Prescott chip with 1MB of L2 cache.

Your best bet would be to buy an INTEL Pentium 4 3.20GHz/512/800 Processor SL6WG Socket 478. It is a Northwood chip with an 800 fsb and has hyperthreading. There is a 3.40ghz model, but you can get the 3.20ghz chip much cheaper.


Here's your motherboards specs page:

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/detail.page?LegacyDocID=MIGR-51078

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since you didn't spec the meories. I am assuming that the meories are within specs.

but, from what you say about, I suspect the memories is not up to part. looks like the meories are in PC 2100 range.

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