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Some friends sent their computer to me because it was not working... after testing i have discovered that the motherboard is dead and it needs a new one, so I am planning on replacing it with http://www.newegg.co...N82E16813128380. However I recently read that chipsets after p35 no longer support netburst based processors, and their computer has a pentium d. I know that I have used a Pentium 4 in my p35 chipset motherboard for months before I upgraded to a core 2, so I am very confused! will this motherboard support the Pentium D?
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Thank you!! not sure why I didn't just do that in the first place... LOL
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