Socket 423

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  1. Scaramanga

    Scaramanga Well-Known Member

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    I need info on upgrading a socket 423 P4 1.8Ghz. I know(think) 2.0Ghz was the highest CPU made for socket 423.

    My friend is running an ASUS P4T with the I850 Chipset with the P4 1.8Ghz and 512MB PC800 RDRAM.

    Any possible upgrades?
     
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    save your money for a new cpu/mobo/ram
     
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    Scaramanga Well-Known Member

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    The computer is already built. Nothing worth while to upgrade it?

    No socket 423 to socket 478 daughter boards or anything?
     
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    I know nothing about about Socket 423 ... Just trying to get some knowledge.

    I hope some Intel sackriders are in here :hs:
     
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    nothing really worth while that you can do... the only upgrades possible on a 423 are either not worth it (a 1.8>GHz jump is not much) or are expensive enough to be near the cost of a new mobo/cpu/ram.
     
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    overclock it. Other than that, you are kinda stuck.

    Sorry man.
     

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