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By StonedKapriKorn ·
Hi! i've got a L4VXA2 motherboard 478 processor socket, do i only need to get a p4 478 pin for this board? seems like the p4 grew smaller.

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by mjd420nova In reply to how to

Tes, you have to stay with the socket configuration of the mother board. The
interface board for the processor has been
reduced in size, but that just makes the
socket fittings more critical.

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by meet_darwin In reply to how to

yes..... u must install p4 478 only

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by TheChas In reply to how to

Not only do you need to use ONLY socket 478 Pentium 4 or Celeron CPUs, you need to make sure the model you get is supported by your motherboard. At any specific CPU speed, Intel has up to 4 different models with different Front Side Bus and supporting chip-set requirements.

Check the motherboard manufactures web site for a list or FAQ on supported CPUs.

Chas

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by StonedKapriKorn In reply to

CHAS! THE MAN, I ALMOST GOTTEN THE 4 PIN CORNER WHILE THE BOARD ONLY HAS ONE! THANKS ALOT HOMIE, YOU JUST SAVE ME FROM MYSELF!

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