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Upgrading from Celeron to P4

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September 9, 2006 2:13:57 AM

I have a Compaq with a Celeron 325 Prescott socket 478 @ 2533 MHz, 133MHz bus, 533MHz FSB on a MoBo of MSI Gamila/Glovani/Neon 030, chipset i845G Rev. B1, southbridge 82801db (ICH4) and a BIOS of Phoenix version 3.15 date 08/05/2004.

I was wondering if it is possible to change the CPU to a this one
Brand Intel
Series Pentium 4
Model BX80546PG3000E
CPU Socket Type Socket 478
Core Prescott
Multi-Core Single-Core
Name Pentium 4 3.0E
Operating Frequency 3.0GHz
FSB 800MHz
L1 Cache 12KB+16KB
L2 Cache 1MB
Process Type 90 nm
Vista Ready Yes
64 bit Support No
Hyper-Threading Support Yes
Virtualization Technology Support No
Multimedia Instruction MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3
Voltage 1.25-1.525V

Will I get the HT support? Can I get the FSB up to 800? Will it work at the same 2.5GHz?

Thanks for any help.

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September 9, 2006 2:31:12 AM

Probably not. The i845G does not support 800FSB.
September 9, 2006 11:27:24 AM

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Probably not. The i845G does not support 800FSB.


It doesen't; a 3.06G Northwood P4 with 533MHz bus (4x133), without HT is the best you can fit there.
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