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Upgrade pent 2 to pent 4


I have an Intel Pentium 2, 233mhz processor. Two years ago, I upraded my motherboard from 60mhz to 100 mhz. Now I want to upgrade my cpu to an Intel Pentium 4, 1-1.6 gig. Can I just pop the old one out and put the new one in or is this a complicated procedure? I'm thinking of buying a cpu on and want to make sure what I get will work.

Thank you for being here,

Bob Hudson


This question was answered on November 13, 2001. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

Hi Bob,

The pent.2 is a slot 1 and the pent.4 is a socket 423 or the 478.The only way to do the upgrade is to upgrade the motherboard to match the socket for the pentium 4 Good luck

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Posted by Scott of Chandler-Gilbert Community College on November 13, 2001