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Old 12-29-2005, 01:05 PM   #21
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So as long as the motherboard supports 400Mhz bus, supports the 1.75v for CPU and is S478 I should be okay?
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just buy a skt 478 mobo that is agp and you should be ok
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Those were the early Prescott cores when they didn't switch to LGA775 yet. Those are virtually non-existent anymore since Intel discontinued them and are producing the LGA775 ones instead.
meh they still exsist though so you cant say they're all for LGA775
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You can hardly find them. The majority of the Socket 478 Pentium 4's are the Northwood core.
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northwood in tests at least when i still had my skt 478 last august was beating prescott cores anyway in alot of tests, plus they run cooler
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Old 12-29-2005, 01:59 PM   #26
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Awesome. Thanks fellas, was worried there for a while.

I'll pick up a new motherboard and RAM and tell ya how it went.
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Alrighty! Hope it all goes well...
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yup, if it doesnt well u couldnt tell us could you because you wont have a computer to use
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Haha, yeah, that would suck...
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naw..most of my posts are done at "work"
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