what mobo should i get... Tags: Asus PCI Express CPUs Processors Motherboards Last response: December 15, 2005 6:11 PM in Motherboards Share sirk77 December 15, 2005 5:06:19 PM i have a 478 pin cpu and im looking to upgrade to pci express and dont feel like buying a new processor i cant find a mobo that supports pci express and has a 478 chipset... any thoughts? ive have been told that the 478 pin also fits in a 775 socket :?: More about : mobo mpjesse December 15, 2005 5:33:44 PM PCI-e is not available in any form or fashion on Socket 478. And whoever told you that 478pin fits LGA775 is a retard. It does not fit. They're completely different sockets. LGA775 doesn't even have pins. :-) -mpjesse sirk77 December 15, 2005 6:11:26 PM thanks a lot Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWhat Mobo should i get? Forum Solvedwhat mobo should i get? Forum SolvedWhat MoBo and cpu should i get? Forum SolvedI really, really have no idea what Mobo I should use... Please help >__< Forum SolvedWhat mobo should I choose? Forum SolvedWhat mobo should I pick for a i5 4670 Forum SolvedCan someone help me with what drivers i should be downloading for my mobo Forum SolvedWhat proccesor and mobo and GPU should i buy? Forum SolvedWhat mobo, case, coolers and fans should I get? Forum SolvedWhat mobo should i get for a gaming pc Forum SolvedWhat mobo should i go for this builds? Forum Solvedwhat mobo should i get to enable the igpu on a i5 2500? Forum SolvedWhat Mobo should I get for i5 3470 (no OC) Forum SolvedWhat Mobo should I get for my FX8350 Forum SolvedWhat mobo should I get for my i3 540? Forum SolvedWhat should be compatible with RAM and MOBO ? Forum Solvedgetting mobo today! what should i get ? Forum What should I look for in a MoBo? Forum Wondering what kind of ram I should get that will go well with this mobo? Forum What mobo should I get? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !