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Will intel core 2 duo processor works with motherboard d845

i have motherboard ibm d845 i want to upgrade my processor did indel core 2 duo processor works on this motherboard or any esle processor for ibm d845 motherboard
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  1. find your mobo on the manufacturers website and look at the supported processors. I'm 90% certain it will not, but you should look for yourself.
  2. if i find my ansewr their then why should i post my question here
  3. Because they have the absolute truth as to what will work with their motherboards, we only have opinions.
    And because you'll learn to look for yourself, and hence become a better (informed) person, and understand more about your PC and possibly even be able to to help people in turn.
  4. http://lmgtfy.com/?q=d845+processor+compatibility

    its the second link down, and no it doesn't
  5. raza992 said:
    if i find my ansewr their then why should i post my question here

    You shouldn't. You should learn to look up really simple things like this yourself, rather than needing other people to do it for you.
  6. The D845 chipset supported Intel® Pentium® 4 and Celeron® Processors with 400 fsb and 533 fsb. While there were some later revisions that would support the Prescott core processors for the most part the board would only support the Northwood processors.

    Christian Wood
    Intel Enthusiast Team
  7. IntelEnthusiast said:
    The D845 chipset supported Intel® Pentium® 4 and Celeron® Processors with 400 fsb and 533 fsb. While there were some later revisions that would support the Prescott core processors for the most part the board would only support the Northwood processors.

    Christian Wood
    Intel Enthusiast Team


    Unfortunately Christian whilst being perfectly correct I suspect that the next questions from the OP would be is my core 2 a northwood or prescott core.
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    OK sorry an Intel® Core™ 2 Duo or Intel Core 2 Quad used a microarchitecture that was called Core microarchitecture that wouldn't supported on the d845 chipset. The first chipset to have support for the Core microarchitecture would be the d945 (with a bios revision) or d965 (out of the box).

    Christian Wood
    Intel Enthusiast Team
  9. Christian, only kidding :) playing to my perception of the laziness of the OP
  10. thanks to all gyzz for giving me answers best answer is of IntelEnthusiast
  11. Best answer selected by raza992.
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