NO YOU CAN NOT PUT JUST ANY PROCESSOR IN THAT IT HAS TO BE A 750 and your mother board has to support the voltage of the processor in question.... is it am2, am2+ or am3? they are all differnt but most am2 boards dont support am3!!!! some am2+ support am3...
Ummmm..... The 754 Pins Are All First-Generation Single-Core, Single Channel Only, So A Socket 754 CPU Will be Your ONLY Choice, There Are Also Socket 939s, They Are For The DDR Only Second Generation Single-Cores And First Generation Dual-Cores AMDs
HOWEVER All Sockets Since Have Been 940 Pins Not "750" (AM2, AM2+, AM3)
AM2 And AM2+ CPUs Will Work In AM2+ Slots (And USUALLY Vice-Versa But That Depends) Socket AM3 CPUs Will Work In Socket AM2+ Slots But Not The Original AM2 If I Am Not Mistaken, Also I Think There Are A Few AM3 Only CPUs But Im Not Entirely Sure
oh yea i forgot about the skip to 940.. all i have been paying attention to is the am2,am2+,and am3(it makes it easer when buying) I personally have a phenomII quad core (deneb edition) 3.0ghz AM3 on an Gigabite ud4 board supporting am3
Yea 750 was last generation. you should probable invest in a new mobo if you are looking to upgrade.