Intel Pentium 4 2.8Ghz Socket 775

  Ade_1 09:21 28 Dec 05

Hi, i have an Intel Pentium 4 2.8Ghz Socket 775 processor and i was wondering i think it is a 32bit could someone clarify as i am thinking of upgrading to a 64bit if possible. But also tempted to build my own computer. I have a Dell Dimension 5100, as everest tells me its a Dell Dimension 5100 motherboard...
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  Ade_1 09:24 28 Dec 05

I was also wondering if it is possible to put an AMD Athlon x64 in it as apparently 64bit AMX64 instruction set is supported. Or am i interpreting it the wrong way?

  Ade_1 09:25 28 Dec 05

But i didnt htink it was possible to put an AMD in put i thought id double check, cant do wrong for asking :)

  Ade_1 10:55 28 Dec 05


  Freddog™ 11:08 28 Dec 05

I don't think it's possible.

  ade.h 17:17 28 Dec 05

The only upgrade that you could make, if your board revision supports it or will support it after a BIOS flash, is another 775-land processor. That means P4 500 or 600 series (1MB and 2MB L2 cache respectively) or a Pentium-D dual-core.

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