Detailed side-by-side comparison
Q: I have an Intel 847E microprocessor. Can I upgrade it?
A: No. BGA processors, like this one, are soldered on a motherboard, for that reason upgrading or replacing them is very very difficult.
Celeron 847E Overclocking
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