installing old P4 processor on new MB

  mags65 11:42 06 May 05
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I dont think there should be a problem but thought it best to ask those in the know first. I have an old comp with P4 processor and was wondering if it would be okay to install this on a new motherboard, (possibly a Gigabyte with intel i865 chipset-I think thats the one will check later.) Reason is, I want to piece together a newish comp for the kids so that they can run their games but also want to use up some of the parts from my old comp. ie, P4 processor, 80gb HDD, CDRW drive, floppy etc.
I cant use the current motherboard as it has RIMM and is a pain in the arse to find and expensive. Is it difficult to remove a processor, are they stuck on or should it just lift out easy enough.
ta.

  Technotiger 11:47 06 May 05

Hi, have at look at this Thread, look at the click-here's on it too.


click here


Cheers.

  mags65 11:53 06 May 05

the mobo manual says that cpu socket is 423. are these sockets readily available on new motherboards.

  Technotiger 11:59 06 May 05

I think this lot should answer your question.

click here

Cheers.

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