to replace the damaged processor

geofelt

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No, replacing a processor does not require a new motherboard so long as the new processor is supported by the motherboard.

But....

A faulty processor is the last thing to be the cause of a pc that stops working.

A more complete description of what you have and how things failed might be helpful.
 

geofelt

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No, replacing a processor does not require a new motherboard so long as the new processor is supported by the motherboard.

But....

A faulty processor is the last thing to be the cause of a pc that stops working.

A more complete description of what you have and how things failed might be helpful.
 
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