Core voltage

  Ex plorer 21:14 16 Nov 2006

Hi acording to my mother board manual the core voltage for the processor is 1.60v
I am trying to find a processor on eBay but all I have looked at are 1.75v
dose the core voltage have to match its for a 478 MOBO.

  skidzy 21:34 16 Nov 2006

If you list your mobo make/model we can find a compatible cpu.If you not know your mobo run Belarc click here this should tell you.

Almost any Celeron/Celeron D/Pentium 4 will run on a socket 478

  Ex plorer 22:04 16 Nov 2006

ATI RS350+SB300 Chipset.

This board packed up on me but I did a bench test the other day and it went into DOS so I have put it back into a case and I thought I would I buy a cheap processor to to see if it would run.
It had a Pent 3GHZ before but thats in use now.

It says 0.8v-1.6V VOLTAGE
400MHz 100MHz BC 64 Bit
800MHz 200MHz BC 64 Bit

  Ex plorer 22:07 16 Nov 2006

This is MOBO
click here

  Ex plorer 22:13 16 Nov 2006

Erm maybee not mine has 4 Ram slots.

  ed-0 22:21 16 Nov 2006

Your motherboard should support these processors.
click here

It should have 4 dual in line memory modules and a AGP slot.

  skidzy 22:23 16 Nov 2006

Is this similar to your mobo click here

  skidzy 22:23 16 Nov 2006

Oops sorry ed-0,just seen your post.

  Ex plorer 22:25 16 Nov 2006

Many thanks for your help you are right it dose.


  ed-0 23:10 16 Nov 2006

thats OK. It's always good to have confirmation.

Some times we give it our best shot and are not quiet on the nail, but confirmation of a deduction can make it worthwhile.

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