A number of questions.
1. On some motherboard they state that the motherboard is 800Mhz DDR FSB.
Does that mean that the motherboard is only compatible with processors that have FSBs' of 800Mhz and below?
2. I have seen some new processors with these terms
celeron 2.4G - I know that G means giga hertz
Now there are some processors that i have seen that have these
Intel Pentium 4 2.53D - What does the d stand for?
Intel Pentium 4 2.4A - What does the A stand for?
Intel Pentium 4 3.0E - What does the E stand for?
AMD S3000 - What does the S stand for?
AMD A3000 - What does the A stand for?
3. Let's assume that i have a 256 DDR 256MB Ram.
Let's also assume that this is the specifications of my motherboard
Pentium 4, Socket 478, 865PE, ATX, 4GB DDR, 800MHz FSB
How from the above specification of the above motherboard will i know that my Ram will be compatible with my above motherboard?
Please explain in detail if possible?
On another urelated question again pointing to the specifications of the above motherboard what does the specification 865PE mean?
4. What is the difference between a single core and double core processor?
Are double core processors installed the same as their single core counterparts?
Are double core processors overclocking done the same as their single core counterparts?
Any help is greatly appreciated