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Topic Title: can 2800+ mp be used in xp motherboard
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Created On: 03/17/2004 12:30 AM
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Since everything I can find says a MP is identical to an XP architechurally,can it be used in a KT400 MB?
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Yes, it should work without problems.
Basically, an Athlon MP is just an Athlon XP that has been tested/validated for use in a dual-CPU configuration.
Also, unlike their AXP-counterparts ALL Athlon MPs have a 133MHz FSB as well as a 60W max. TDP(Thermal Design Power - i.e. max power dissipation).

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