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dan3411

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atm moment i have intel pentium 4 530,3000MHz (15x200) and i was wondering what the motherboard that i was changing the processor to would need to have??

if you could reply asap that would be great :tazz:
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Same socket format helps. And an assurance that it likes that processor, otherwise there's little point in putting it in.
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and where would one find this information?
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Look on the website of the manufacturer of the board you're looking to buy.

I don't mean to be rude but you're not giving much information away so there's not a lot else I can say.
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