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Does Asus P4p800-vm Support P4 478 Socket 3.2g With 1m L2 Cache ?

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#1 this is not me

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 12:45 AM

I read the menu and it says support CPU up to 3.4g but no where mention anything about the cache size.

I am using a p4 3.2g with 512kb L2 cache and planning to upgrade it to 3.2g with 1m cache. wonderring if my p4p800-vm will support it or not.

another question...will there be a fair improvement if I do it that way ? (3.2g 512kb vs 3.4g 1m )

thank you experts !!

added: I tried to ask ASUS thru their homepage but they never give me any reply (question too stupid I guess).

Edited by this is not me, 28 February 2007 - 12:54 AM.

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#2 Mr Alpha

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Posted 28 February 2007 - 04:24 AM

Here you have the CPU support list for Asus P4p800-vm.

The difference is minor at best.
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