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I recently aquired a free emachine with a pentium D processor and an intel motherboard d845gvsr 478 socket. the only thing that happens when the power is plugged in is the LED comes on the drives don't start nothing. So I tried the cpu in another board and it worked fine.I swapped out the psu,checked the ram, tried another cpu fan,replaced the battery, new power switch and still same result. LED on,hd off,cpu fan off,dvd drive off,checked and rechecked switch pin locations.what is problem?Any ideas?Is it fried?
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Err.... as far I know Pentium D is only available as socket LGA 775
    
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post #3 of 11
Mobo = Toasty...

Common problem with eMachines.
We see at least 1/wk with a fried mobo &/or PSU.

Edit: Only D in 478 is the Celeron D. Otherwise its probably a Pentium 4
    
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Err.... as far I know Pentium D is only available as socket LGA 775
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Edit: Only D in 478 is the Celeron D. Otherwise its probably a Pentium 4
You are both absolutely correct it is in fact a celeron d in 478 my bad

next question is, is it worth getting new mobo if I can find one or should I keep it as a back up for my pentium 4 478?
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I think it could be a pentium D

for istance vendors such as emachines do proprietary things like that. (like my CPU)

I doubt it is but posible
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I think it could be a pentium D

for istance vendors such as emachines do proprietary things like that. (like my CPU)

I doubt it is but posible
no it is a celeron d didn't read the chip before, but I know what you are saying about proprietary crap.
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post #7 of 11
Some parts are proprietary, but Inter nor AMD has ever made a proprietary CPU as far I know

Celeron D sounds better yep.
    
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post #8 of 11
Maybe the company modded the CPU, they just cut off enough of the pins to be 478 pins (and yes I know how many things are wrong with that statement )
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Maybe the company modded the CPU, they just cut off enough of the pins to be 478 pins (and yes I know how many things are wrong with that statement )
CAn I have one of your socket 775 CPUs to cut of som pins?? Of course you'll never get it back


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post #10 of 11
Celeron Ds overclock pretty good if you want to play around with it. They get hot though when you start adding V core.
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