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I want do some experiments and want to keep the cpu's to one motherboard. Do you think that a P4 could fit into the motherboard of a Celeron D and successfully post or can this not be answered and it depends on the motherboard?
 

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I want do some experiments and want to keep the cpu's to one motherboard. Do you think that a P4 could fit into the motherboard of a Celeron D and successfully post or can this not be answered and it depends on the motherboard?
A: it depends on the board, although its very likely as Celeron D and P4 are both based on netburst, and B: it depends if the P4 in question is also the same socket type as the Celeron D. If the sockets match, then go for it
 

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S775 P4s will most likely be supported in a Celeron D board but it would be best if you'd tell us the motherboard model.
Wasn't my computer originally, but it's a Micro-star MS-7211

According to a couple sites for the supported cpu's it only lists P4. Considering this is the board that's running the Celeron D, it should work then?
 

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Wasn't my computer originally, but it's a Micro-star MS-7211

According to a couple sites for the supported cpu's it only lists P4. Considering this is the board that's running the Celeron D, it should work then?
Does it list the p4 you're considering?
 

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You should check in here if your CPU is supported. Sometimes it requires a BIOS flash while at other times it won't support it at all


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awesome! i agree with u .
 
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