Closed Swapped: a 3.8Ghz LGA775 Pentium4 for a 45nm LGA775 cpu

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Hiya!

I don't even know if the 3,8ghz P4 cpu is worthing something to anyone, but since I don't need it now and I do need a cooler cpu , I consider swapping it or even sell it to fund a 45nm LGA775 cpu... even a humble celeron 45nm one will do (y)

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The chip markings are: 670 SL8PY Costa Rica , 3.80HGZ/2M/800/04B , and here are some specs from intel:

sSpec Number: SL8PY
CPU Speed: 3.80 GHz
PCG: 04B
Bus Speed: 800 MHz
Bus/Core Ratio: 19.0
L2 Cache Size: 2 MB
L2 Cache Speed: 3.8 GHz
Package Type: LGA775
Manufacturing Technology: 90 nm
Core Stepping: R0
CPUID String: 0F4ah
Thermal Specification: 72.8°C
VID Voltage Range: 1.287V-1.400V

Supported Features:
Enhanced Intel Speedstep® Technology
Hyper-Threading Technology 1
Intel® EM64T 2
Enhanced Halt State (C1E)
Execute Disable Bit 3
Intel® Thermal Monitor 2


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Re: Swapped: a 3.8Ghz LGA775 Pentium4 for a 45nm LGA775 cpu

this is now closed, as I have swapped in a greek forum (y)

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