Dual CPU

Can this cpu be run in dual mode and if it can does anyone know of a really good motherboard to use?

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P4 Northwood 2.0 GHz

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  1. if you find a mobo, then yes, but you wont see a big performace boost. maybe from 3-9%.

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  2. There aren't any dual P4 mobos. Asus was said to have one in the works, but Asus and Intel were quick to dispel that rumor.

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  3. no? i wonder why.

    maybe because there wouldn't be much boost no? it better to go with a cpu thats made for dual operation.

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  4. No, because Intel doesn't want people to be able to just get normal P4s instead of buying the overpriced Xeon :tongue:

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  5. actually i have a dual p4 (non xeon) mobo i can sell you. and since i'm nice, i can get you a good deal on ocean-front property in kansas, that way you can enjoy your new comp with a great view to go along with it :D

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  6. Woohoo! Will you throw in a bridge in Brooklyn? Been wanting one of those.

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