i have a celeron D 3.0 ghz which i dont want to change now but maybe later could i just take the heat sink of take the celeron out and pop a new processor in? or do i need a new mother board?
I forgot to add in my previous post that when you're researching the motherboard you should also take a look at the cpu support list for it.
yes its a PM8PM-V (makes no sense to me) its maker is MSI and the info only says it supports pentium four celeron and celeron D
but its a bit old it has agp slot and cost me about 100 buks because when i built my comp i was really unknowing and thought a motherboard is a motherboard kinda lucking i got the right cpu...