Intel 915G pantiam D 915

I have Hp compaq dc 7100 CMT .its have 915G intel chipset.. it supports 800 MHZ FSb.and Pentium D also support 800MHZ FSB... can i use Intel Pentium D 915 processor???
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  1. Hello murtaza55;

    It looks like the HP Intel 915G motherboard in HP dc7100 CMT does not support Pentium D CPUs.

    Other 915G chipset motherboards that do not support Pentium D CPUs.
    Example: Asus P5GD2 Premium CPU support list
    Example: GA-8GPNXP Duo (check the CPU support list)
  2. yes you can, but be sure to get good cooling, the pentium D heats up a lot
  3. sorry nvm about my post
  4. Intel 915 no worky with Pentium D unit. +1 WR2
  5. badge no worky with english :kaola:
  6. Quote:
    sorry nvm about my post


    That's one giant cough for mankind regarding the punctuation used here. The sentence structure is equally effective. :sol:
  7. atleast i don't go looking for computers in the trash :kaola:
  8. Upendra09 said:



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  9. Straight men,unlike badge, who ignored the pics and went straight to the PC parts
  10. My wife and I were watching Slumdog Millionaire. I turned to her and asked, Do you want to have sex?” She said, “No.” I then asked her, “Is that your final answer?” “Yes,” she said. So I said, “Then I’d like to phone a friend.”
  11. HAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


    alright i retract my post jsut go post on my thread called "AMD's Comeback?"
  12. i need some more experts there, join fazers, amw101 and yannifb and someone else i forgot
  13. Yeah, cool. A hundred post thread for me to jump in and take wildy off topic. Doesn't AMD's comeback effect natural childbirth as well as the mating habits of sea otter's? Other than mousemonkey's contribution, I see advancing the frontiers of human understaning is not an integeral part of the discussion.
  14. you're real classy
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