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Cleaned off the thermal paste...It says Pentium 4 3.00GHZ/1M/800/04A L613b059...doesn't appear to have a socket type listed. It does have pads instead of pins though.

Edit: The case sticker says "Pentium 4 HT inside" so my assumption is its a hyper threaded model.

Pads instead of pins = LGA775.

EDIT: Most likely this guy: http://ark.intel.com/Product.aspx?id=30768
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Originally Posted by the.FBI;11843381 
Cleaned off the thermal paste...It says Pentium 4 3.00GHZ/1M/800/04A L613b059...doesn't appear to have a socket type listed. It does have pads instead of pins though.

Edit: The case sticker says "Pentium 4 HT inside" so my assumption is its a hyper threaded model.

Definitely LGA 775

lga775.jpg
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Alright thanks for the help...managed to find the code "SL9CB" on the chip and it corresponds to a Pentium 4 HT LGA 775 on the Wikipedia page. Rep for those that helped.
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That socket isn't very old

feels like yesterday I had a c2d
    
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Originally Posted by Aaroman;11843431 
That socket isn't that old

Nope redface.gif if anyone could provide extra help, can I buy any LGA 775 Motherboard of would it have to be one made for the Pentium 4 HT?
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Nope redface.gif if anyone could provide extra help, can I buy any LGA 775 Motherboard of would it have to be one made for the Pentium 4 HT?

that cpu should run on any 775 board you can find
    
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Originally Posted by the.FBI;11843381 
Cleaned off the thermal paste...It says Pentium 4 3.00GHZ/1M/800/04A L613b059...doesn't appear to have a socket type listed. It does have pads instead of pins though.

Edit: The case sticker says "Pentium 4 HT inside" so my assumption is its a hyper threaded model.

prolly 775
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Now to make it even more weird for you,you even have s775 with ddr1 biggrin.gif
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Nope redface.gif if anyone could provide extra help, can I buy any LGA 775 Motherboard of would it have to be one made for the Pentium 4 HT?
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Originally Posted by Aaroman;11843460 
that cpu should run on any 775 board you can find

This. I would check that P4s are listed as a compatible processor before you purchase but any 775 board should support it.
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I have an old dell tower with a Pentium 4 3.2ghz CPU in it and would like to throw together a cheap computer with that chip. However, I don't know what socket type I need to use the Pentium 4. Also, what type of RAM would I be able to use? Thanks.

Socket 478 or LGA775
DDR or DDR2

My old S478 computer used DDR, but there exist a few S478 boards that used DDR2. (Such as this Asrock)
Likewise, there are a few LGA775 boards that use DDR (Such as the MSI 865PE Neo3-F)
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