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Z400 Compatability

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I recently picked up a Z400 for 40 bucks as a cheap server solution. It uses a LGA1366 socket size. So my question is, can I use a X5675 in a Z400. It's not listed as a supported cpu but it is the same socket type. Would this work as a solution and if so what is the strongest xeon cpu in LGA1366 socket type could I use in this machine?

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While it may physically fit in the socket it may not be supported by the BIOS. Because the Z400 is a workstation I would say better than even money that it will work. Check the ark.intel.com list and click "find by feature" so you can sort CPUs on 1366


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28 minutes ago, Riptide0 said:

I recently picked up a Z400 for 40 bucks as a cheap server solution. It uses a LGA1366 socket size. So my question is, can I use a X5675 in a Z400. It's not listed as a supported cpu but it is the same socket type. Would this work as a solution and if so what is the strongest xeon cpu in LGA1366 socket type could I use in this machine?

 

All your answers in my thread here:

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So you think it would have a good chance of working? Would there be a place I could check to see if the cpu is supported by the BIOS or is that not a thing?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Biomecanoid said:

 

All your answers in my thread here:

 

 

 

So correct me if I am wrong but it should work? I am not to familiar with BIOS finagling or prebuilt workstations of any sort.

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You didn't read the thread just read the thread everything is there. If you have questions after reading everything ask in my thread. I spend months getting all the info needed so you got it easy.

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