Question which mother board support intel pentium 4 processor?

DSzymborski

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You're going to have to look for old Socket 478 motherboards. These are so old (nearly 15 years) that you're not going to be really be able to look for something specific on the secondary market, you'll have to first find a motherboard with the right socket and then find the original manual/website and see if the CPU is compatible.
 
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You're going to have to look for old Socket 478 motherboards. These are so old (nearly 15 years) that you're not going to be really be able to look for something specific on the secondary market, you'll have to first find a motherboard with the right socket and then find the original manual/website and see if the CPU is compatible.
ok....only motherboard is not working ..so i want to replace
 
Some of the earliest P4's were socket 423, later came socket 478..then LGA775....

I would NOT be buying an unknown board from anyone to make use of a 15 year old single core CPU too slow to do anything outside of playing Quake 3 in WIndows XP...
 

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