Does my motherboard support the new Celeron 350 D???


J

John Jay Smith

My motherboard manufacturer does not reply to my questions.. so I am posting
here,
perhaps someone knows and can help me.

Question:

Does my motherboard support the new Celeron 350 D running at 3.2 GHz?

Motherboard Model: Matsonic MS9127C

specs on the CPU can be found here:
http://www.intel.com/products/processor/celeron_d/index.htm

this cpu is for mPGA 478 (as the motherboard).

The motherboards manual says:

Support Socket 478 for Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 1.5GHz~3.06GHz or faster
Processor
Support Intel(R) Hyper-Threading Technology CPU 400/533MHz system interface
speed

the "or faster" is a little vague for me....

my Motherboard manual can be found here:

http://www.computerboom.com/support/Matsonic-motherboard-manual9127c10-t.pdf


thanks in advance!
 
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Admiral Q

"John Jay Smith" <-> wrote in message
: My motherboard manufacturer does not reply to my questions.. so I
am posting
: here,
: perhaps someone knows and can help me.
:
: Question:
:
: Does my motherboard support the new Celeron 350 D running at 3.2
GHz?
:
: Motherboard Model: Matsonic MS9127C
:
: specs on the CPU can be found here:
: http://www.intel.com/products/processor/celeron_d/index.htm
:
: this cpu is for mPGA 478 (as the motherboard).
:
: The motherboards manual says:
:
: Support Socket 478 for Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 1.5GHz~3.06GHz or
faster
: Processor
: Support Intel(R) Hyper-Threading Technology CPU 400/533MHz system
interface
: speed
:
: the "or faster" is a little vague for me....
:
: my Motherboard manual can be found here:
:
:
http://www.computerboom.com/support/Matsonic-motherboard-manual9127c10-t.pdf
:
:
: thanks in advance!
:
:

Best I can tell, you can use the Intel Celeron D processor 350 90nm
3.2Ghz with 533MHz FSB -or- any of those in the column with
non-LGA775 Architecture, i.e. 345, 340, 335, 330 or 325 and below.

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