Does your Pentium 3 motherboard have a 775 socket?
Celeron 430 is a socket 775 (775 pins) CPU.
You also need to confirm your motherboard supports that CPU.
Use CPU-z to ID the motherboard make and model. It will be listed on the Mainboard tab. http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/cpu-z.html
Celeron 566Mhz and it's socket 370[/url] (370 pins) yes thats my processore .now am not in my home thats why i cant instal cpu-z oky i tell you my borde details after retern my home. now can you give me solution ?
The I810e was the worst chipset around when the P3's were in the spotlight. It should work with any p3 that is in the 370 package. The I810e being the value chipset of its day only had direct agp support which was another way of saying onboard graphics only which relies heavily on CPU resources. I will have to say this you are wasting time and money with a P3 you will not be able to do much of anything with it.