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Old 02-01-2005, 03:57 PM   #1
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does celeron d use p4 mobos?
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Depends on the socket. What socket do you have? If it is 478 pin or LGA775 then you can put a P4 into it provided the MOBOs frontside bus controller is fast enough to handle the "amazing" 800MHz FSB of the P4.
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ok thanks cuz wanna get a new mobo wit agp 8x n supports better cpus then buy a new cpu
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my old celeron was listed as a pentium, hmmmm
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for some reason whenever i get my computer fixed professionally it runs **AMAZING** but when i fix it myself with my windows cd for some reason it doesnt run as good
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LoL. You don't fix things with a Windows cd unless you have a table with a leg shorter than the others.. and use the cd as a wedge

All they do is probably clean out junk such as your temp folders and such so it runs a little smoother.
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i mean, format it and reinstall windows, whenever it comes to pros doing it, it runs SO fast!
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