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Core 2 required a voltage regulator on the motherboard that was not needed for the Pentium D line of processors, all early 775 socket motherboards do not have this VR, which includes your Intel mobo, so no it will not work.

Long answer is that since Intel used this socket for a long time, you'll have to check with what your motherboard says it supports. Newer motherboards with the same socket, came out around the time the newer CPU's with the same socket arrived.

All LGA775 CPU's will physically fit into the socket LGA775, but not all of them are supported by all motherboards. If you're upgrading an old computer system please make sure that the CPU is compatible with your motherboard.

Yesterday i made a thread about Socket 478 motherboards with PCI-E slots, but i decided to some some more research and make a list of the oposite, LGA 775 motherboards with AGP Slots, these are more common than Socket 478+PCI-E mobos, but also interesting at some point

Some Intel 865 and VIA chipsets boards might support Dual Core, 65 nm CPUs or even Core 2, but it depends of the motherboard model. There are at least vey few boards with Core 2 Quad Support (AsRock 775i65G R2.0/3.0 and AsRock ConRoe865PE afaik). Ethier way, check CPU support of the motherboard

Intel 865G:(4) AsRock 775i65G(5) AsRock 775i65G R2.0(5) AsRock 775i65G R3.0(1) IBT/iBase MB865/MB865-R (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)(1) IBT/iBase/Adek MB865F (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)(1) Gigabyte GA-8I865GM-775(1) Gigabyte GA-8I865GMF-775(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865G775-G(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865G775-G-RH(4) Gigabyte GA-8I865GMK-775 (Only ver 1.1 or newer supports Pentium D and 65 nm CPUs)(5) Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775-RH (Only ver 2.0 or newer supports Core 2, 1.x only up to 65nm Pentium 4/D, ver 6.6 supports Core 2 Quad)(5) Gigabyte GA-8I865GME-775-RH-AS (Only ver 2.0 or newer supports Core 2 and 65 nm CPUs, 1.x only up to 90nm Pentium 4/D)(4) ASUS P5P800-VM(1) ASUS P5P800-MX(5) ASUS P5PE-VM (BIOS update might be needed for Core 2 support)(3) Biostar i865G-M7 (up to 8xx Pentium D acording to CPU-Upgrade site)(4) Intel D865GSA(4) MSI 865GM3-V (MS-7101)(4) Foxconn 865G7MF-SH(1) DFI G7S600-B (Industrial motherboard)(1) DFI G7S620-N (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)(4) PCCHIPS P13G+(1) PC Chips P13G(3) Biostar 865G Micro(5) ANOVO AIMB-865 (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)(4) Axiomtek IMB200 (Industrial motherboard, has ISA slots)

Thanks guys for this topic, I found it via google. It is really great and has lots of useful info. I collecting rare hardware and it just gave me an idea, that I also need the latest and fastest AGP motherboard. I just ordered an ASRock 775i65G R3.0 motherboard, since it is cheap and still available as new! Maybe I will just keep now in box unopened or later I will setup with a Voodoo 4.

i just setup osx Leopard on my Asus P5PE-VM ive got it configured with an X6800 Core 2 Extreme Processor (65nm)its strange to see intel core 2 duo paired with AGP but that is exactly what this board is..1066 FSB as long as u use an AGP 8x graphics card, w/ a pair of DDR400 RAM (2GB max)i just wish this board supported more ram (4gb or 8gb)

Also the motherboard that you are referring to, might not support Microsoft* Windows* 7 since that operating system was designed for newer motherboards. I would suggest contacting Microsoft* to confirm hardware requirements.

The MS-7525 VER:1.0 (Boston-GL6) is a Socket 775 motherboard built by MSI as an OEM for Hewlett-Packard (HP). HP used this board for building their Compaq dx2390 and Compaq dx2420 Microtower PC, Compaq Presario SG3540IL Desktop PC and it can also be found in many other Pavilion PCs and Compaq Presario PCs.

Installs base drivers, Intel PROSet for Windows Device Manager*, advanced networking services (ANS) for teaming & VLANs, and SNMP for Intel Network Adapters for Windows XP*. These downloads do NOT support Microsoft Windows XP for Intel Itanium processors.

When it comes to server motherboards, it is a fact that Tyan knows how to make motherboards right, and that they have been doing so for quite some time. Dr. T. Symon Chang who was a longtime Intel and IBM executive founded Tyan in 1989. The time and effort put forth by Tyan into each individual motherboard is quite impressive, as we've seen throughout testing a number of their motherboards. The Tyan server motherboard we're taking for a spin today is the recently released Tyan Tomcat i7221A (S5151). This motherboard is similar to the Tomcat i7221 (S5150) but is more thermally efficient and offers a fair amount of other improvements. Other features for this motherboard include three LAN controllers, two of which are Gigabit, and an Intel E7221 (Copper River) Chipset.

Whenever examining a Tyan product we are always presented with a wealth of additional motherboard accessories. In the case of the Tomcat i7221A we found one USB2.0 expansion slot, four Serial ATA cables, two Serial ATA power cables, one I/O shield, one Intel 82801FR (ICH-6R) driver disk, one Adaptec driver disk, one TYAN driver CD, one quick reference guide, one user's manual, one Ultra-DMA 133/100/66/33 IDE cable, one FDD cable, and of course the actual Tomcat i7221A motherboard. As always, the contents came neatly packaged and there were no signs of apparent damage to any of the parts. Over time with the numerous Tyan motherboards we reviewed, we're always pleased by the quality of the content Tyan manages to pack into the user's manual and especially the quick reference guide. The quick reference guide is a one-sided sheet that tells the location of all major onboard components along with the location of the different jumpers. In addition, it tells the configuration for the front panel connectors.

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