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Are all Prescott's LGA 775? I have a dell at work with a p4 prescott 2.8ghz. I have a spare 3.2 P4 at home and want to put it in my work compy. I just don't know which chip this 2.80 is.
 

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No, pressys are 478 and 775 maybe others too, im not sure, I have 2.4 pressy in 478 mobo an dmy pd930 is a pressy in a 775. You have to know the exact modle number like sf88l then check intels website.
 
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ok, on this dell, how can I find out? When I Dl'd cpu-z it wont give all info. Just basic stuff. no mobo info. <br />
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It does give l1 and l2 info. 16kb L1 and 102kb L2 cache
 

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When you run CPU-Z what does it say for the Package (in CPU section of CPU-Z)?<br />
Does it say Socket 478 or Socket 775 LGA?
 
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Get some thermal paste then go take teh heatsink off your work comp and see what modle it is and check it on intel.com.
 

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It is most likely Socket 478 on the Optiplex's.<br />
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EDIT: The first LGA775 Prescott was a 3.2Ghz. That 2.8Ghz is most lilkely a Socket 478.
 

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use cpuz to check..
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">It is most likely Socket 478 on the Optiplex's.<br />
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</div>Actually I am working on a Dell Dimension 4700 LGA 775 with a 2.8 Prescott.<br />
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Aqualan,<br />
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Run the sevice tag number at the Dell site and search for original configuration.
 
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