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Dell 2300 P4 Socket Type

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I took a 1.8 Ghz processor out of a Dell Dimension 2300 desktop. I am looking to use the processor in another board but need the footprint type.
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this is an intel pentuim 4 and the motherboard for this should have a socket LGA 775
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http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1790

if you can still get type.....
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The Pentium 4 3.2E LGA775 (Land Grid Array) Socket 775 processor is based on the same 0.09 micron manufacturing process as its Socket 478 Prescott cousin. Actually, the CPU is based on the same 'Prescott' core as is found within Socket 478 CPUs; and includes the 31-stage pipeline which is 50% longer than that found in the 'Northwood' core Pentium 4 processors, with a 16KB L1 cache and a large 1MB L2 cache.

 

The Socket 775 Pentium 4 3.2E still incorporates the integrated heat spreader (IHS) to help protect the underlying silicon core from physical damage. It is made from nickel-plated copper and presents a larger surface area for heatsinks to work with. As you may notice from the marketings on the IHS, the 3.2E processor PCSTATS is testing is based on the D0 stepping (S-Spec SL7J7) and was produced in the end of March or early April of 2004.

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