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Old 10-19-2005, 09:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Easy Question...about mobo and proc

Or at least I think it might be. I want to get this.

http://froogle.google.com/froogle_cl...ogle&scoring=p

But I don't know If my mobo can handle it.

I have everest home edition.
My Motherboard ID is 51-2300-000000-00101111-030199-$HV845_

It's name is. Motherboard Name Intel Havre D845HV

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Your mobo supports FSB 400MHz. That CPU has FSB 800MHz.

I think it would work, but only at 400MHz. Waste of money.

You need a more current mobo.
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Ok thnx, is there one that you would recommend(I've been thinking about it, but I'm scared to death to frack up my computer)?

And how'd you find that out??
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IMO, its not worth it. Skt 478 is old news, and I really don't see the point of building a new machine with older parts unless you have to.
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If your gonna go intel, then Socket (LGA) 755 is the way to go. unless you don't have the budget for it and don't really need a strong processor in the first place

IE just web surfing, word, Solitare. Small applications.
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I'll check out changing my mobo... then my processor and probably my memory. Do you think I'll still be able to keep my hard drive?
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Yes, When you swap out motherboard your gonna have to run a repair of windows. Or you can try any of the other 4 ways here.
http://forums.overclockersclub.com/H...rd-t41725.html

You don't have to reinstall or reformat for new mobo.
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And how'd you find that out??
I followed your link to find the FSB of the chip you wanted. Then I Googled your mobo's model number (D845HV) and added "specifications" behind it.
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