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    Celeron mobile cpu on a standard s478 board

    Hello,

    I've not managed to find an answer to this anywhere in the forums, despite seeing many peoples sigs sporting celeron-m's.

    I have just a standard Intel desktop board based on the 845 chipset. Will the s478 celeron-m processors work on this or any board without modification? Also, they don't appear to have the standard metal casing around the die, is it still just a case of thermal paste then throw a heatsink on?

    Any help appreciated,
    thanks,
    jon
    Peugeot 306 - 1994 chassis with 1998 engine, electronics and leather interior. Full phase 2 conversion.

    Have: Intel 'Seabreeze' D845GVSRL Motherboard, Celeron 2.0GHz, 512MB DDR
    Next: Motorised VGA Touchscreen (end feb woohoo!)

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    I have bought the same one cpu on ebay and I would want to buy one mother board, which specific it must have?

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