Hello quick question, I am trying to upgrade my old tiny from a pentium 2 400 mhz slot, to a 1.3 G celeron using a 370 socket to slot converter, but when i power up the screen does not come on, Will it even work if so what am i doing wrong. P.s. I have changed the bus switching to 4x on the motherboard.
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My experience has been that it never works. Ive tried to use one of thos converter boards on a number of occasions and its never worked.
will a socket converter work on an Intel D850GB mother board, the board is 423 celeron is a 2.2 400, 128 cach
i have never used one,but that is what they are made for
I have to get a new motherboard very soon (like in the next few days) because mine is flipping out and I will have to get a new CPU too (mine's a socket 7). Anyway, here's some questions for ya about Socket A and Slot A:
1. Does one perform better than the other?
2. Which seems to be the one that will be used most in the future? I don't want to get a board now, and not be able to upgrade the processor in the future.
Thanks for the help. I'm dying to get my PC at home working again.
Chewbubba was here...
A friend gave me a PIII 800 chip for a socket 370 m/b. My m/b supports only slot 1 chips (PII 350). Is there a card that would allow me to use the PIII in a slot 1?
Yes, there are converters out there...but no they are not usually recommended.
I havent played with them and the below review seemed fairly positive.
run a search for "convert slot 1 to socket 370" on google without the quotes.
You will find tons of links.
I have a 423motherboard that is Intel D850GB, I have a celeron 2.2G cpu, 400, 128 cach, will it work on the converter? any suggestions? or is there only certain ones that work?
Please don't double post. If you reply to your original post, it will bump back to the top.
Is there such converter?
if so ...will it affect performance...let say i convert my Amd k6/2 350 to be on a slot 1 mother board will it affect the performance ?
I've only seen converters for the new PPG format Celeron - nothing for socket 7 CPUs.
Considering how cheap Celerons are you might as well get one if you are getting a slot 1 board and converter anyway.
My old machine is dying & i cant afford a new one (im a poor student) so im upgrading/replacing the failing h/w. Im looking for an adapter that will let me run a slot 1 CPU on a socket 370 motherboard. Do these things exist? I can find plenty the other way round, but that it.
Well, I bought one of these things, and it seems like there are no manuals or anything else on the internet about the jumper and dip switch settings. I had found a thread on here from about 4 years ago about the same thing but the link to the download is broken and I was just wondering if anyone had any info...
It is a 370SP REV 1.0, that is all the info on the card other than a small A121 in the bottom right hand corner.
Does anyone know of any board that will do this? like the Asrock one? which is out of stock everywhere.
or know of anywhere i can find an asrock?
here is a link to the asrock of which i speak
I found one. All I can say is good choice of motherboards, ASRock America is in essense ASUS.
Sorry about the high price.
I am trying to see if I can upgrade the processor for my AMD socket a(462). I've been told I need to buy another motherboard and processor but I wanted to ask you ladies and gentlemen first!! If there is an upgrade where can i find it! Thank you for all of your advice!!
Moose here and I have a weird one for ya I have an eMachines T desktop and a D - laptop The desktop is getting old and I was planning a mobo change Socket boards seem few and far between now though And they all seem to want DDR memory So there goes that money I just spent on GB of Crucial PC The Celeron D has served me well and currently has no problem I 478 AM2 upgrade? Socket to just don t want to get caught with my pants down Between all the horror stories I ve read about mobo s PSU s and sudden hard drive failures it s got me a little frazzled So if I must Socket 478 to AM2 upgrade? change RAM anyways then why not consider the CPU too right So here s my question Will the AMD e work in a AM socket desktop mobo And how would it perform in comparison to the GHz Celeron D it s replacing I m asking because then I could kill two birds with one stone buy a better CPU for the laptop while recycling the old one into my desktop Am I crazy What would I have to look out for I ve seen people swap the e for e s And soon there ll be a e which is kinda in the middle right Any input is appreciated even if it s just laughing at my idea If it won t work then why Thanks guys nbsp
I think it'd be a better idea to grab this motherboard and throw in this CPU. You can use your existing RAM, and have an upgrade path to DDR2 and any Intel LGA775 CPU of your choice. The board also comes with both AGP and PCI-E slots, so you are covered every way. The PCI-E slot is limited to x4 though, so it's not an ideal gaming choice.
I Socket 478 CPU upgrade? - m struggling with the whole quot if it ain t broke don t fix it quot approach Having upgraded most of my system I was wondering about a processor upgrade I don t want to change my motherboard at the minute as I CPU upgrade? - Socket 478 have upgraded graphics and ram fairly recently and don t want to change them yet I currently have Intel Celeron A MHz Northwood with KB L Cache I have an Asus P S -MX SE motherboard Do you think there would be a justifiable difference in performance if this was changed CPU upgrade? - Socket 478 to something around P MHz I use the computer mostly for internet and graphics photoshop cad etc not gaming If so can I use a Prescott CPU or am I restricted CPU upgrade? - Socket 478 to Northwood Are there any advantages over either one I only ask because I have come across more Prescotts for sale Maybe I m better off leaving it alone but would appreciate your thoughts Many thanks nbsp
I have an old Gateway Select 1000 PC with an AMD Athloon 1GHz socket A chip in it. I want to upgrade the chip to something better. Will any socket A AMD chip work? I think it is a 452 pin chip. The mobo is an MSI board but I can't find it on the MSI site. What do I need to look at in finding a compatible chip?
Hard time there mate, AFAIK Socket A is no longer manufactured. Time to move on
Just curious as to some recommendations for a CPU upgrade. I do business and some gaming (Battlefield 2). I've upgraded the ram and vid card (specs below), and now I'd like to grab a new CPU.
My Specs -
CPU - AMD 3500+ 2.2GHz
MoBo - Asus A8N SLI Deluxe
RAM - 2GB Patriot PC4000 500MHz
GPU - Nvidia GeForce 7950GT
HD - Maxtor 6B300SO
Sound - Internal
Well, for socket 939 you still have some options, though it depends on what you want to spend. Here are couple of options:
Single core: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16819103528
Dual core: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16819103045
You should be able to reuse your HSF from your 3500, just would need some new thermal paste.
Does any one know what good upgrades I could get for Socket 462? I am clueless and what not... as this machine is VERY slow and I can't get many tasks done on it... since it's CPU is way to slow. Any proccessors built for performance and reliable? Any suggestions?
P.S. My current CPU usage when I finnished boot up and IE is running...
Socket 462 is as good as dead, mate. I have some good Socket A (462) processors (XP3200 AND XP2500) and a few gigs of DDR ram lying about but it is not worth trying to hunt up a good secondhand motherboard for them. New ones are not available here in Oz.
You might be able to find some secondhand gear but you are better off saving your dollars to get something more modern imo .
Did you ever upgrade to this processor:
I was reviewing this thread here:
I have the exact same motherboard (07E8h), in a Compaq Presario 6027us, so I'm thinking if it worked for you it will work for me perhaps.
But my bus speed is 400mhz where as this processor is 533mhz, will that be compatible with my motherboard that you know of ?
I don't know whether the bus speed is limited by the motherboard or depends on the processor.
Thanks for any info!
Also, I found this neat little site from asus, it's a Power Supply Calculator.
wow, just looked at my power supply it's 220W MAX hahaha, wow this should be fun.
Even with my current setup, it says my computer was shipped for retail sale with a psu that is too low for what is contained.
p4 2.0ghz socket 478 400mhz
NO video card (onboard graphics are decent so i don't need one)
2gb of ddr pc-2700 ram (1 gb modules)
1 usb device (wireless receiver)
0 PCI slot expansion devices
I really hope I can add just this one PCI soundcard (layla 3g) for recording my synths and drum machine, and get away with it with the 220W power supply, since I've had no problems whatsoever, and this is just one more device that has a max pull of 10 Watts.
Anybody have any opinions on that ? ... lol
I am helping my brother upgrade his aging PC I have not been on the hunt for new components for upgrade Computer (socket AM3) some time so I would like some help ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ current hardware ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Motherboard ASRock N C-S UCC see link for compatibility http www asrock com mb overview asp model n c-s ucc Processor AMD Athlon X ghz Memory GB DDR mhz x gb GPU Nvidia GS mb Arctic W PSU ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Will mainly be used for games his budget is around can probably get away with spending a lot less Ideally if it can tear through anything on maximum settings at x then it s good enough ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I think the most necessary upgrades will be a new GPU and faster memory at least gb ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The ATI seems like an excellent contender http www Computer upgrade (socket AM3) ebuyer com product I m just considering whether the AMD dual core processor will bottleneck the performance of this graphics card Also the Arctic W PSU does not have x pin connectors so I m not sure if it s cut out to power this type of GPU ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ For a RAM upgrade I don t know where to start Whatever offers the price performance ratio will be suitable I m sure I m not sure about triple channel configurations back when I last upgraded dual channel was new tech I assume GB or more will be best Anything less and running new games in the background will start to choke the computer ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Just to note the motherboard was bought as a temporary solution a few months back Computer upgrade (socket AM3) for around It appears to have all the socket s required for this upgrade but if it would be better to Computer upgrade (socket AM3) invest in something more expensive then please explain why suspiciou ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Thank you for any suggestions nbsp
Firstly, if you want to get the 6870, it might pay to get a better CPU. the 6000+ will definitely bottleneck that card. I recommend the Phenom II x4 955 CPU.
Next, The memory should be upgraded to atleast 4GB of DDR2 800. Though that motherboard also supports up to 1600 DDR3, so i would recommend that.
Now, for the 6870, i would recommend getting a better PSU. Though it shouldnt be necessary, "Arctic" isnt a brand of PSU ive ever heard of and the quality might not be so great. I highly recommend a Corsair unit. The TX650W is an excellent choice for that video card.
If you dont plan to get two 6870's, then that motherboard should be fine. Also, im not sure about how well that motherboard overclocks, so if your brother wishes to do some overclocking, i would make sure the board can OC first. If he wont be overclocking, that board should be fine. You cannot go triple channel with that motherboard as it only has two DDR3 and two DDR2 slots. So dual channel is your only option. All dual channel motherboards dont support triple channel anyway.
All those parts are excellent choices. I have 4GB of Kingston HyperX ram in my system and it is awesome ram.
But, if you do decide to upgrade your motherboard, then this one is very good. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813128435&Tpk=890gpa
That board is great, i havnt had a single issue with it. and it overclocks extremely nicely.
I want to upgrade my socket 939 AMD CPU. Ram and vid card just updated. Using Asus A8N SLI Deluxe mobo, 2Gig ram, 7950GT vid card.
Current CPU is 3500+ 2.2GHz.
Any recommendations for decent 939 upgrade??
thanks for all comments....
It depends on your budget.
An Athlon 64 X2 4600+ would be pretty good, or you can just overclock your current CPU and get a "free" performance upgrade
(starting with FX-6300) AM3+ has the upcoming steamroller and excavator
(starting with the i3 3240 or i5 3570k) 1155 has the current i7's and thats it really,
According to this source, LGA 2011 will be on-par with Haswell until EOL and Intel is likely going to hold on to support of this architecture along with 1150 because the socket was promised Ivy Bridge-E a very, very long time ago, causing investors in the server market to move on to the platform.
They are obligated to keep the life extended after the release of Ivy Bridge-E as well as the Xeon counterpart.
I source that here: Inline | PC Perspective where you see Ivy Bridge-EP.
Hey everyone, I have been upgrading my pc a little. I recently purchased an AMD 64x2 3800 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103562 and A-Data 2x1g PC 3200 DDR Ram http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820211014 now Im considering upgrading my Asus A8V Deluxe mobo and Asus 9550 128mb vid card. My questions are will an upgrade to a PCI Express mobo and a better card compliment the new stuff i just purchased. Im not looking to build a supercomputer, just something that will perform better then what I have now (with oc capability) but still staying with the 939 socket.
Asus A8V Deluxe/AMD 64 Athlon X2 3200+/Maxtor 80g/2x1g A-Data DDR/ Asus Radeon 9550/ Audigy SE Sound Blaster Lite On LTR52327S CD ROM/Sony G120A DVD
PCIX video pretty quick refresh rates, but the PCI-Express 16X does a good job too.
Hello, hopefully someone can help with a bit of info. Currently I am running an asus AN8 SLI Deluxe board with 2 gig ram and a AMD Athlon 64 3500+ MMX 3Dnow 2.2ghz. I see that the newer socket 940 chips are a better price but I am generally happy with my setup but would like to give it a bit of a boost as rendering video could be quicker.
I can buy a AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ for about Ł85. is it worth the cost. Will I notice much difference in performence.
Thanks for the reply, I do make it work hard, mainly converting avi files to play on dvd players. and that puts the machine out of action for a couple at a time.
Anyway I have purchased the 4200 as the others were out of my price range.
HiI have a HP DC 5750 MT P/N RN195ET I have upgraded the PSU to a 80+certified 430w and a ATI HD 6570 and 4GB of pc26400 RAM , but at the moment the CPU proving to me a bit of a bottleneck.At the moment I have upgraded the BIOS to the latest ver 02.36 (04/2011 release) and have tried installing a AMD ATHLON X2 6000+(windsor core 125w) cpu and and a 5200+cpu both of which failed to work on the board but are working CPU's but does not work on my board aany idea why this is failing to work??I would ideally like a 6000+, 5600+ to work on this board guys do you have any sugestion as to what could be wrong?? incidentally do you reckon that an AMD Athlon 64 X2 7750 BE would work on this its listed as am2+ your help is appriciated thanksdan
As I already noted, the other CPU's you mention are the wrong revision (G instead of F), wrong L2 cache, or wrong speed. The two parts I already spec'ed out; Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 6000+ is part # ADA6000IAA6CZ, ADA6000CZBOXAthlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 5600+ is part # ADA5600IAA6CZ, ADA5600CZBOX are parts that should work fine in your system. Frankhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/CPU-Upgrade-for-HP-DC5750-Socket-AM2/td-p/1345313
What I have:
Acer Aspire SA80
Celeron D in it
I was wondering if I could swap that for an intel dual core also having socket 775.
If the answer is no, I'd appreciate the explaination, would it be because of specs being too low on the mobo? Which specs? I finally found specs for the mobo on the ecs site, only says stuff about "up to" whatever GhZ.
I wouldn't wanna have to buy a new mobo to use a dual core..
Any help would be amazing : )
You wouldn't be able to run the latest Core2Duos.
The motherboard doesn't have enough power phases to deal with them.
For true confirmation, why not call Acer and see what's the most powerful CPU you can pop in there?
Hello I have a computer with a Via P 1.8 Need a upgrade Socket for 478 a Willamette mobo VM chipset and it BLOWS for doing anything remotely tasking I wanted to Need a mobo upgrade for a Socket 478 Willamette 1.8 upgrade the motherboard to another Socket motherboard that would have a better chipset I don t want to completely rebuild it because it is my grandmother s computer and we just rebuilt another one Went from a Athlon Gigabyte Need a mobo upgrade for a Socket 478 Willamette 1.8 K NSC nForce FX MB GB DDR RAM Windows XP to Need a mobo upgrade for a Socket 478 Willamette 1.8 i - Asus P Z -V LX Sandy Bridge GTS GB GB RAM Windows -bit I m simply looking to improve the performance of that computer without changing everything in there or changing the operating system You guys got any ideas I guess I can take suggestions for a new motherboard processor memory combo that s not Socket but I need IDE and AGP I m really not trying to upgrade the HD and I don t have money to get a new dedicated GPU or PSU But then again if something can be found for around total and have an Intel processor preferred I might listen nbsp
As I understand it, if you change the motherboard, you need to reinstall the OS anyway. If you're absolutely desperate not to do that then RAM and CPU upgrades are really the only way you can go, and even that'll be annoying, and probably cost more than investing in new hardware.
lats say I got a laptop with a intel pentium m centrino, 1.6ghz, 2mb cache, 533 fsb. socket 478.
what can I go up to. on mine though, the cpu has its outermost corner pin gone as well as the one directly inwards diagonally from it. I found other cpus on ebay saying socket 478, but they have the outer corner as well as one next to it gone instead, so where my 2nd pin is missing, this other one has a pin there, so it wouldnt fit on my motherboard.
if I just find one with the same pins missing?
I know there are P4's that are 478 pin, they have a fsb of 800 though, and my memory is only 667, but i have a feeling that the fsb is one of the factors you cant go past what your motherboard is rated for.
This is a very tricky thing to do, or accomplish. Even if you could find a compatible processor, I doubt if you would see much of an improvement in performance gain. Just max out the total system memory and be happy with that
I have a Intel Desktop Board D875PBZ with a mPGA478 socket. I bought a Intel Pentium 4 3.0E Prescott 3.0GHz 1MB L2 Cache Socket from Newegg. I installed the chip and there is nothing running. All components are running, however the monitor is a blank screen. Apparently, for some reason, the board did not have any signal response to the processor. I want to ask if there is a difference between mPGA 478 and just normal 478 socket. If there is, do I have to buy a specific type of chip for it to work?
All "478" sockets are "mPGA", no issue there (it stands for micro Pin Grid Array)
However, for the 3.0E, your board has to be of a certain minimum revision: either
C27085-207 or later
C26680-206 or later
You'll find the rev number on a barcode sticker preceded by the letters "AA"
In addition Intel says you'll need to be running the "P20" version of the BIOS, so, if you don't have the necessary minimum board rev, you could still try flashing up to P20 using a CPU that is supported (I keep a "slow" socket-478 P4 around for just this purpose), and then, just possibly, your 3.0E will work in spite of the board-rev mismatch (but don't bank on it)
I'd like to reassure you that it is highly unlikely that you have actually damaged either board or CPU -- typically, modern mobo chipsets are smart enough to recognize incompatibilities of this kind and they simply refuse to power-up the CPU socket
The chart of CPU compatibilities is at
and you can get the latest BIOS (actually P34) from
Tonight I'm taking the plunge and installing my new (damn expensive!)AMD46 dual core 4200.
I think the physical side of the operation looks pretty straightforward, got my thermal paste and I'm guessing it will be pretty straightforward to work out where to put it.
How do I find out if my BIOS supports the dual core? Do I need to look into sorting that out before putting in the processor? Or will it recognise the new processor when I reboot
Thanks in advance, it was this board that lead me to my new processor!
I saw in your other thread that your motherboard supports the 4200 so it should work ok. When installing the heatsink and fan, too much thermal paste is as bad an not enough. A good tutorial can be found here: http://www.arcticsilver.com/pdf/appinstruct/as5/ins_as5_amd_dual_wcap.pdf
You can decide for yourself if you want to install the AMD dual core processor optimizer: http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ComputingSolutions/0,,30_288_809_871^9706,00.html I use it with my Athlon64 X2 3800+ but I am not sure it is doing anything for me, but then I don't use my PC for gaming.
My Hp Pavilion g tx did not pose any problems for years But a week ago I upgraded my RAM from to gb The shopkeeper inserted hynix gb nbsp ddr ram So Can Other... one I ram 8gb 4g in to my slot. upgrade memory ram that makes two rams in my loptop nbsp - Samsung Came when I purchased laptop years ago - gb ddr Hynix b ddr nbsp After a week my laptop stoped working Showing it two service center they said one of my nbsp memory slot is damaged and can't be used nbsp So now I had only one memory slot active with gb ram inside it My Question nbsp is - CAN I INSERT GB RAM IN ONE MEMORY SLOT SINCE OTHER ONE IS DAMAGED nbsp OF MY PAVILION G TX MOTHERBOARD nbsp If yes then please tell me - Of what type of ram should I be looking for Sepecification From where should I buy Crucial got gb ram which I can't usePlease reply ASAP nbsp Thanks amp RegardsPrince Sonihttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Can-I-upgrade-my-4g-ram-to-8gb-ram-in-one-memory-slot-Other/td-p/5714534
Hi , im new around here and I just want to know that can i upgrade my graphic card if i only have standard PCI slot ?
hello and welcome; here are couple of options of PCI Video Cards for your system, if your system is bit older, it should still have AGP slot. Can you please give your system's specifications?
I have an old Dell Dimension XPX T600 PC. I want to upgrade the cpu. However its a Slot A. I'm told that I don't have to upgrade the entire slot, just the cpu. How do I do this?
Also, what is the max cpu my slot A pc will take.
It has been a while since I worked with a slot 1 CPU. I would like to upgrade a slot 1 Celeron with a 66 MHz FSB to a Pentium III slot 1 CPU with a 100 MHz FSB.
If the FSB remains at 66 MHz due to the MB, will the PIII CPU still work, but a a reduced speed?
Hi all I have some (AGP 300w GPU upgrade not? PSU) slot, or 8x fairly specific questions that are related to graphics cards upgrades with respect to PSUs so allow me to lay out the background of the system first and then get into my questions second First system details Intel P Northwood GPU upgrade or not? (AGP 8x slot, 300w PSU) GHz ASUS P SD-VX I believe that this is a Sony OEM board GB GPU upgrade or not? (AGP 8x slot, 300w PSU) PC DDR GPU upgrade or not? (AGP 8x slot, 300w PSU) SDRAM Corsair something or other x MB ATI Radeon Pro MB x RPM IDE harddrive x DVD-RW DVD RW drives floppy drive Sound Blaster PCI card mm case fan mm CPU fan stock fans Putting all this into the eXtreme Power Supply Calculator here gives me a recommended PSU wattage of W Even with the quot capacitor aging quot factor turned up to the system is years old I only get W Now my PSU is rated at W with A max on the single V rail It has NEVER---repeat NEVER---overheated been unstable crashed blue screened or done anything that I didn t want it to do Lucky me Here are my questions Is the current video card a quot balanced quot card for my system set-up Could I feasibly run a more robust card given the CPU RAM etc FSB is MHz Read---I want to run a more robust card and want to know if it s worth the effort However I m concerned about CPU and FSB bottlenecks Regardless of balanced components what is the most robust card my system can run Also Is my PSU enough to run a more robust card I ve gotten very wary of people hollering about more wattage because I ve never had any sort of power problem with the PRO in this system and I ve seen lots of discussion about how one should have at least a W PSU to run that card Then again I could be running a dangerously overloaded system and have not known it Please let me know I don t have budget constraints in that the only thing I m ready to change in the set-up is the video card I would love to hear suggestions on how to optimize the system but getting a new mobo PSU CPU isn t really an option at this point Only game I really play is WoW but I m quite attached to it and would like for it to look better than it does at this point Also given how tight the PSU component match-up is overclocking won t come into the picture at all That s it for questions right now Thanks in advance for reading Ruu nbsp
If all you play is WoW that system should be fine. And you even said it runs perfect for you. It doesn't look like you need an upgrade if you're just playing WoW...Unless you plan on playing new games.
I have a Lenovo T440p Upgrade Details - CPU Type Socket T p ANS rPGA socket notebook that currently has an i dual-core CPU nbsp I want to upgrade it to an i quad-core CPU nbsp nbsp The original CPU is an i with the following FRU X nbsp I have purchased the CPU below nbsp Intel Core i Processori - MQ GHz MB CacheProduct Code BX I MQS-spec SR KS N W A Batch J A nbsp After I place the i CPU in when I power up the power button remains lit green for seconds then powers off There is T440p CPU Upgrade - Socket Type Details no error code nor a prompt for ThinkPad setup When a swap the old processor back I am able to boot nbsp I've talked to a few places and they have stated that it may be due to T440p CPU Upgrade - Socket Type Details an incompatible socket type nbsp nbsp I looked at Intel's site and it states that the FCPGA is a supported socket type - http ark intel com products Intel-Core-i - MQ-Processor- M-Cache-up-to- -GHz nbsp I looked at CPU World' site and it states that the rPGA b is the supported socket type - http www cpu-world com sspec SR SR K html nbsp The FCPGA socket seems to be compatible with my rPGA socket since they are both G nbsp Wiki says Socket G also known as rPGA B or FCPGA is a socket for Intel microprocessors that supports Haswell-based mobile CPUs Source https en wikipedia org wiki Intel Socket G nbsp I have read that the rPGA has one extra pin hole but otherwise it is similar to the rPGA The i - MQ and other socket G processors will fit into it nbsp I have ran Lenovo's system update and confirmed that the BIOS is the latest nbsp Any insight would be greatly appreciated nbsp nbsp T440p CPU Upgrade - Socket Type Details nbsp
Do you have a way of testing the i7-4900MQ cpu in another system/motherboard? What happens when you insert the 4900MQ but remove the RAM?https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-T400-T500-and-newer-T/T440p-CPU-Upgrade-Socket-Type-Details/td-p/3313421
1. Expansion SlotWhat is the expansion slot specification for this model as we would like to add a dedicated graphics card with DisplayPort ? 2. MemoryHow many memory slots does it have on the motherboard ?What type of memory is required ?What is the maximum memory supported on the motherboard ?
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Ok, Sorry looking up the model at Kingston and a couple other sites didn't show your computer and seeing I hadn't seen any I was confused. Based on what I have found maybe a Model from other country. With that said it looks like it comes with 2gig DDR3L Ram and is Upgradable to 8Gig Also looks like yours comes With 1 PCI Express x16 Slot. I am not sure with the PSU and with that slot if you would be able to upgrade to a different Graphics Card. GPU and size of case would put a huge limit on what could be able to fit... Jameshttp://community.acer.com/t5/Aspire-Desktops/XC-704-Expansion-Slot-amp-Memory-Upgrade/td-p/392919
I want to increase the speed of my machine. I'm not sure whether to upgrade just the cpu or the motherboard.
Motherboard: Asus M2V Socket AM2
CPU AMD Athlon 64 3500+
RAM 2GB (toal slots 4, 1 free. Slot 1 & 2 have 512MB each, Slot 3 has 1024MB)
Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce210
The PC is used mainly for office work, watching video YouTube etc, music mp3 and some online games.
I believe the AM2 socket is no longer supported but their are faste CPU's available such as the AMD 64 x2 6000+ or the AMD 64 x2 5600+.
I am not sure how to check for compatible motherboard upgrades e.g. to AM3. Can you get the motherboard complete with CPU or do you have buy them separately?
Any advice greatly appreciated.
I'm comfortable swapping either the cpu or motherboard myself.
Would anyone like to offer any advice please?http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/347486-upgrade-cpu-motherboard-asus-m2v-socket-am2-amd-athlon-64-3500-a.html
My DVD drive is broken beyond repair, and I've forgotten my USB at home.
I have the installation saved on my desktop, but it won't let me downgrade unless its a reboot. Does anyone have a good multiboot program that will let me install XP on my computer?
Can I ask why you're posting in a Vista forum even though the problem is germain to any operating system?
You can multiboot in Vista and Win 7 as long as you install XP on a separate partition. Have you considered installing XP in Virtual XP which is available for Win 7 ultimate. Then you wouldn't need your drive.
Hi, can anyone tell me how to access the second slot in my e-system 1511. I was told it was under the keyboard. I can unclip the clips but there seems to be something else holiding it down. I ve looked at the back and can see no screw with kb next to it to indicate that, that is the screw for the keypad.
Appreciate any advice. I have upgraded the first memory. I ordered 2gb and this came in two of 1gb so I am assuming there is a second slot.
Hello my Optiplex just arrived this week nbsp I bought a Kingston mb SATA ssd in slot Tower upgrade.... 7040 Optiplex Mini M.2 a stick so I m trying to see if I can use this for my main boot drive Windows and then move the gb Sata drive over to a storage drive When I install the mb stick into the M slot and load the bios nbsp nbsp It shows up under General System Information PCI information Slot M amp also under Device Information SATA- nbsp nbsp When I look under System Configuration Drives it also shows up under SATA- here as well nbsp However it s showing up as a gb Drive under type So when I boot from a USB drive to try and reinstall Windows on this M stick it Optiplex 7040 Mini Tower M.2 slot upgrade.... s not showing up at all When I connect the M SATA drive and load Windows on the existing SATA drive that came with the the M Optiplex 7040 Mini Tower M.2 slot upgrade.... stick shows up in device manager under the hard drives nbsp The serial there corresponds to a Toshiba-form hdd unfortunately I can t do anything with it in Windows SATA operation is set to AHCI and I am booting into legacy with the USB Any thoughts nbsp I m wondering if maybe I have a dead memory stick nbsp There s no real way I can test it on another computer to see what happens
For Windows 10 you should have a UEFI Boot with SecureBoot Enabled. The USB should be made using the GPT partition scheme for UEFI BIOS. I hope you mean 120 GB and not 120 MB....
See here for details:
Hello Lenovo Forums, I am trying to install Windows 10 on my SM951 256GB m.2 ssd. Unfortunately, while it is recognized as a drive in windows, and in the bios, it is not considered a bootable device. When installing windows, it goes directly on the current c://. What am I doing wrong? Much Consideration, Xenda
Go to Solution.
Upon some inspection through some forums, I have gotten it recognized in the boot menu. Windows still insists on installing to the hhd, though.https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Lenovo-P-Y-and-Z-series/Lenovo-y700-15ISK-ssd-upgrade-m-2-slot-WIN-10-install/td-p/2264235
Here are the specs on my parents old computer:
eMonster | 600, 550, 500 and 500a
Napoli-2 Micro ATX (STX V1.2 form factor) motherboard, TriGem, Korea Single Edge Contact Cartridge design with Slot 1 connector Intel 443 ZX core and ITE8673F Super I/O controller
Add-on AGP 3D graphics accelerator slot Crystal CS4281/CS4280 built-in Sound Blaster Pro, MPC-3, MPU-401 compatible Audio Enhanced Stereo full duplex operation
I bought Zoo Tycoon 2 for the kids to use on their computer, and the processor need to be upgraded to at least 733mHz. I ordered a Slot 1 866 MHz Pentium processor through eBay and just tried it out in the computer, but my computer does not boot-nothing on the screen-no beep (to my recollection). The 600mHz processor had a fan and the 866mHz did not come with a fan.
Do I need a special processor for this motherboard? Or do I have a defective processor? And do I need to order a fan for whichever processor I reorder?
Alright trying yet again I had one Computer tower working however noisy due to an old CPU Fan Rang SMBT Computing asking for a home visit to replace AMD Athlon XP CPU Fan due to my inability o leave the house because of a broken leg The Proprietor came ripped out the old CPU Fan with some force on the floor of my office He then replaced the old fan with the new one According to the CPU Fan Instructions a thermal paste needed to be applied evenly over the heatsink before application I observed Adam do no such thing After 64-bit 754 CPU, 1.8GHz, Socket 3000+ 754 Motherboard MD Sempron SOCKET & K8MM-V MSI replacement of fan which took under one minute from start to finish he restarted my Computer It would no longer work It hung at the black startup screen He then took my computer tower away saying he would need to run further tests After several phone calls by myself he said either the CPU or motherboard were damaged when HE had had replaced the CPU Fan He would install a new motherboard into my computer tower He did and a few days later my partner went and picked it up NB No mention of costs for parts and labour were MSI K8MM-V Socket 754 Motherboard & MD Sempron 3000+ 64-bit CPU, 1.8GHz, SOCKET 754 even brought up There error on installation there problem to fix Upon installation of the Operating System which kept encountering errors the motherboard was running The only problem being that upon any type of installation i e Critical Updates other Utilities the computer would shut down and reboot itself Even when the computer tower was left in idle it would shut down and reboot for no apparent reason I also spoke with a technician from SMBT told him of the automatic shutdowns MSI K8MM-V Socket 754 Motherboard & MD Sempron 3000+ 64-bit CPU, 1.8GHz, SOCKET 754 and subsequent reboots It was indicated by him the motherboard they had installed was faulty To return the tower back to them this was done week later the proprietor from SMBT Computing rang and said he had a working motherboard installed on my system and would be ready for pickup in a couple of hours He also asked what CPU I had installed on my system prior to my computer tower being broken I once again told him it was an AMD Athlon XP I received a phone call an hour later telling me a nd hand motherboard MSI K MM-V Socket Motherboard and who only knows whether or not it was also a nd hand CPU AMD Sempron -bit CPU GHz SOCKET was in my tower and ready to be picked up I loaded the OS on it all was well for about a week I rebooted the PC and got nothing Not even the BIOS would show up This third mobo is an MSI so I went to there website it said remove CMOS Battery for minutes and remove the JBAT for seconds so I did I unplugged the harddrive DVD Rom swapped out of the sticks of RAM changed my new Graphics card for an old one that I knew worked just in case it was the Graphics Card Plugged it back in minus everything except for RAM and Graphics Card Restarted it heard beep and then looked a lovely black screen In the meantime they have sent me an Invoice for for a quot new albeit a nd hand mobo and an upgraded CPU In the meantime I have stripped the PC right down removed the mobo and am planning on returning it to SMBT Computing with the message of quot Here s your mobo CPU back jam your bill where the sun don t shine quot On the bright side my new dual core tower is working like a charm I had planned on keeping the tower as a backup PC just in case my new tower died on me I am still looking into buying a brand new mobo and CPU and putting it together myself I am pretty sure this mobo is DEAD however there maybe something I have overlooked PS I hope this doesn t count as a triple post and no I am not a blonde I am a redhead lolz Oh and just for the record I live in Australia we do not have BBB here nbsp
G'Day - I would not waste time on it. I think your idea of sending it back with the bill is spot on. Don't forget to lay it on thick that you are incapacitated and have been taken advantage of over this.
Albert (Whinging Pom) Lionheart
hello there, i have a problem. i have a processor which is a CELERON 2.00 GHz and it's on socket 478. is it okey to insert it on my other motherboard which is a socket 478B? i really need some help right now... thanks in advance... god bless...
i think it will.........tigerdirect WAS selling the 478b and celeron in a combo so i would imagine that they are compatible. Now if its only a socket 478b then no it won't work but if its a socket 478 thats has socket 478b compatibility then it will work.......socket 478b is pentium 4 cpu......
What is the motherboard specs if you have doubt so i can help?
It's a cyrix M2 250 mhz.
Someone told me that the fastest cyrix processor was a 200 mhz one, but a site tells me that my 250 mhz m2 is a regular socket 7.
This computer is a compaq presario 2286, and I'm trying to figure it out, but I need some help.
I want to upgrade this computer.
I bought an old Dell Optiplex 380 system refurbished from Dell for about $80 with an E7500 Intel core 2 duo processor and upgraded it to a Xeon E5430 for about $20. The cpu benchmark went from about 1800 to 4000. The Dell Optiplex 380 uses DDR3 memory, so the Xeon gets an additional boost there. I also downloaded a modded Dell bios that supports the Xeon functions on the 775 motherboard at bios-mods forums for free. Great little computer to play older games in Windows 7. Next I will be updating this system to Windows 10. It came with Windows 7 Home Premium OEM installed by Dell.
So for little cost you can play around with older hardware and make it do things it wasn't originally designed for.
Used little sticker eh ?http://www.tenforums.com/pc-custom-builds-overclocking/22571-socket-771-xeon-processor-socket-775-motherboard.html
I have a AMD Dual slot video card on my Asus M A X-Evo Motherboard It is installed in the first x slot and I also have a PCI-e x XF-I Titanium Sound card The problem I am having is that one of the x slots is covered by the video card and the nd one is open but right smack below the Video card My Video card is the Sapphire slot Question PCI-e dual below slot card video about GHz Edition non OC Attached is a picture of what I am trying to explain My other question is Will this cause issues since one of the GPU fans is semi covered Its it recommended Last question If I move this to one of the x slots below on my motherboard will it cause my x PCI-E slot to slow down Thanks ahead of time for any help you can provide Computer Specs - Asus M A x-Evo Motherboard AM AMD FX Core Ghz Sapphire AMD Radeon GHz Edition GB GB DDR Kingston HyperX memory x GB GB WD Black Edtion SATA HD TB WD Black Edtion SATA HD Sound Blaster XF-I Titanium PCI-E x Sound Card Thremaltake Bronze PS Smart Series DVDRW SATA DVD-ROM SATA nbsp
My opinion ...
Yes, setting up like that will have an impact. The air flow to your GPU will be restricted so it will more than likely run hotter than it did. It may still stay withing recommended specs, but it will run hotter.
The motherboard has onboard sound (Realtek® ALC892 8-Channel High Definition Audio CODEC ), any particular reason why you don't use that? Onboard sound is perfectly good for gaming and the like now, its not like older machines where you needed a dedicated card for decent quality. In my opinion, you only need a dedicated card if you are doing a lot of detailed audio work (mixing, remastering and other specific audio work). This would totally remove the issue.
does anyone know of a good free PDF converter?
i found one on-line, but it's installation is confusing me as there are several "ghostfiles" required for setup.
i have had trouble with my computer after cleaning it (can of compressed air) it would boot to log in screen then go black on the monitor or it would blue screen and restart.
after figuring out it was a RAM problem i tried another stick of RAM but same problem so i guess its the actual slot it goes into, i only have 2 on my motherboard lucky one of them is working still.
has anyone had this problem or know of a way to fix it, i am wondering if some of the canned air/gas became a liquid from spraying to close and got in it.
any help would be appreciated thanks.
ok so i have been looking into my problem more, when booting i press tab to show the POST?? or somthing and it says that 1 of the RAMs wouldnt/couldnt R/W (read write?? i dont know)
then i get the screen saying that windows has had hardware changes and asking to how i want to start windows (normal, safe mode, etc) i have tried all but it just restarts.
now its only with 1 of the 2 dimm slots this happens and i have tried differend RAM in there but only the 1 slot works
any help would be appreciated
i need to know which know which graphic card will fit for my computer. Ie i want to know which type: DDR ,DDR1 or ddr2 i bought my computer in 2007, but thats not enough to tell.
so please let me know how do i know which pci slot i have?
The type of memory doesn't matter, its the type of interface the computer supports among a few other things to watch for.
You likely have a PCI-Express slot, as long as it a x16 slot it doesn't really matter if its a version 1.1 or 2.0 slot.
Is this for your Dell or another computer? Whats you budget and what needs do you have for the video card?
ok the lady I got this comp from says the comp the video card its reading now is not as good as the one in the PCI slot so Im wondering how do I make it so it reads the PCI slot
The AGP vid card though comes out with a Adaptor to make it so you can plug in moniters
Anyway Should I leave my moniter plug in the AGP slot video card or put it where no video card is but goes right into the computer
and no there is no plug that goes into the PCI slot
I hope this is understanable
Anyway Should I leave my moniter plug in the AGP slot video card or put it where no video card is but goes right into the computer
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That's known as integrated graphics, now do you have a PCI video card and an APG video card or an Integrated video card and an AGP card?
Also what are they Radeon xxxx? or Nvidia xxxx? we need to know the model numbers to tell you which is the better on to use.
This is the strangest thing I've seen in the past years of using computers I have an Acer Aspire - laptop that came with windows but I'm very picky and I wanted Windows xp back so I went onto Acer's website and won't mouse USB slot USB first other in works any slot, in only work but USB downloaded all of the windows xp drivers and then formatted the laptop to Windows XP with intergrated Service Pack The computer works just fine except for one very strange oddity - the USB mouse I'm using only works when plugged into the first USB slot it will refuse to work in the other USB slots I'm using a Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer USB which is my favorite mouse and I USB mouse only works in first USB slot, but won't work in any other USB slot have of them at home When I was formatting the laptop USB mouse only works in first USB slot, but won't work in any other USB slot I had the mouse plugged into the first USB slot and now that is the ONLY slot it will work in If I plug it into the other usb slots the red laser will come on which means it's getting power but it will not move the cursor and clicking either of the mouse buttons won't do anything When I have the Device Manager open and I plug the Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer mouse into the first USB slot the 'Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer ' entry will appear in BOTH the 'Human Interface Devices' tab and also the 'Mice and other pointing devices' tab However when plugging the mouse into the other usb slots the 'Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer ' entry will only appear in the 'Human Interface Devices' but NOT the 'Mice and other pointing devices' tab I could just go about my business using the first usb slot for the mouse but this little strange problem is pissing me off hugely as I might want to switch the mouse to another USB slot based on how I have the laptop positioned on a desk or other surface I should also note that the 'Human Interface Devices' tab has a 'HID compliant device' entry in it that isn't present on my desktop computer and my mouse works on any of the usb slots on my desktop computer I wonder if this is the problem I tried disabling this entry but it doesn't help any A final point to note is that I have many other usb devices such as flash memory sticks camera card readers external harddrives gps devices and they all work perfectly fine no matter which usb slot they are plugged into Very strange indeed Is there anyway to make my mouse work in any of the other USB slots
I have seen a similar problem, but it was all USB ports that weren't working.
First, check the BIOS to make sure all USB ports are enabled, which they probably are.
Are all drivers installed and up to date? Do any yellow question marks or exclamation points show up in Device Manager?
hey guys i just took apart my old hp ze5170 P4 laptop(not really important) my new laptop is is a P mobile (socket 479). My question is this will this new laptop support the (socket 478) P4 im wondering if that extra pin is just something to help reduce power for longer battery life. or if my laptop will explode if i drop the P4 in. im willing to experiment but i was wondering if some one already knows. ill entertain guesses and rumors too. let me know what you guys think.
and yes i know the voltage is different but i can change that
It won't work Check THIS PAGE and THIS OTHER ONE.
BTW, Welcome to Techspot!!
I am using a TCP/IP - Acer Lan ALN 201 PCI ethernet adapter. The control panel, system , device manager says everything is working correctly. I only have one problem. When using a program called paltalk, I am unable to upload or download .jpeg files. I get a message that says "socket error on non socket". I am able to view video in this program, but am unable to send or receive pictures. I properly opened the correct ports on the router homepage. I am hooked to the net via a Lynksys router. Any suggestions? Is this a hardware problem or a software problem? haven't seen it before. Thanks.
I'm new to this forum so very grateful for any help...
I'm trying to wire up a Cat5e to Cat5e wall socket extension and I'm a little confused...
I need to connect a machine in room A to a router in room B. Presently I have a very long Cat5e cable to do this. I've just run a length of Cable through the wall, with a view to terminating both ends with Cat 5e panels (to alleviate the need for a really long cable trailing across the floor).
However, I'm unsure as to how I wire up the insides of the panels. Should I wire them up straight through or crossed-over?
Thanks indeed for any help!
Straight through. Plus you need to either wire it up under the 568A or 568B standard. Just pick one and wire up both ends the same way and you'll be fine.
I have ProLiant ML110 G6 I've bought Sapphire Radeon R7 250 2GB GDDR5 card. Before I buy, I've checked compatibility of my PCIe v2 x16 slot with PCIe v3 x16 card. I'ts compatible backwards so I can use v3 card in my v2 slot i MB. But When I was trying to install it I've noticed that on MB is inprinted PCIe x16 45W (I attached photo below). So can I use this card - in specification is given that consumption of this card is 70W. Can undervoltage break my G card? Maybe I should ure Riser with extra molex pin? x16 slot gives 45W and molex can give 35W = total 80W. What you thinkhttp://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Graphic-Card-upgrade-use-70W-card-in-45W-socket/td-p/5678590
yah just a question, and if so give me a price range please for a pci
You can't add a slot to a motherboard.
How old is this computer that it doesn't have a PCI slot? Those have been around for quite a while. Are you sure it doesn't have one? Even AGP is not new technology.
EDIT: After seeing your other thread, are you asking if you can purchase an AGP or PCI video card? That's a totally different question, and the answer would be yes depending on which slot your motherboard has. How much it costs depends on what you plan to use the computer for. A simple one is cheap, and high-end gaming cards can get expensive.
I am Using Dell Inspiron N5010. Can I Use Only Single Module 8GB RAM in Single Slot (With One Empty Slot)http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/t/19983715
can someone tell me if a super socket 7 processor can be installed in a socket 7 motherboard? what's the diff?
Hi hcw46270, Welcome to TSG !!
I see the front side bus speed is increased,not sure exactly what advantages
that has either. pls help a new guy. =)
performance about the same. 939 has more future compatibility.
Never mind I answerd my own question.
I take it you have another POST concerning this? You should mark that as SOLVED using "Thread Tools" button at the top of its page.
Can anyone explain why AMD Sempron cpu's run at different speeds for different socket's.
2600+ Socket A 1.83ghz, 2600+ Socket 754 1.6ghz.
Can I safely increase the CPU host frequency, which is set at 200mhz.
I have played with the setting's in the bios and I can take it to over 2000ghz,
but I am not sure if this safe.
The memory installed is showing in bios 513/166mhz DDR333 which is a little odd when I purchased DDR400mhz
Thanks for any help
Mobo Asrock K8upgrade-VM800
CPU AMD Semprom 2600+ Socket 754
Memory 512mb DDR400mhz
are there any major differences? is the 754 more unstable compared to the 939?
cos im always gettings performance issues with games on my pc (ive got a 754 amd athlon 64 3400+) i dont know whether it could be the cpu or something else?
is there much point in upgrading my cpu to 939?
thanks a lot.
I don't think it is that simple really.
As far as "stability" goes, 754 and 939 are probably not all that different. What is more important is the chipset on your motherboard, ram/motherboard compatibility etc.
The main advantage of 939 is that the newer AMD processors are made ONLY for that socket type.
You ask if there is a point in upgrading your cpu to 939. You would have to upgrade your motherboard first to be able to accept a 939 cpu. I appologize if that is information you already know, it just didn't sound like it in the wording of your question.
Now, as for your performance issues, if you want we can take a look and try and find the cause. I'd recommend starting a new thread and list your complete system specs with as much detail as possible, also detailing the problems you are having.
Hi My bro got given one of these Mobo's today: http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=45392&criteria=Motherboards for AMD Processors&doy=21m8
He did not buy it, my cousin gave him it!! She got it for a steal on ebay or something.
It says "sempron ready - socket a" i found this cpu on amazon:
The thing is, would that cpu fit in the foxconn mobo? would a socket 754 fit in a socket a? if it doesnt could you find me another one that would? This would go great as a birthday present for my nan as she only has a packard bell club 75, we could build a real bargain pc!
I am also building my own PC, Not with that crappy mobo though
Nope. Not compatible. Socket A = 453 pins. Socket 754 = 754 pins.
I ve searced everywhere that I can find to locate a URL to a quot current Comparison Review quot of DTV Converter boxes I have only days left to purchase of them Converter or Solved: TV Converter Box Box DTV with the coupons I have An online purchase may not be feasible due to shipping time But the government listed many local stores in my zipcode and or that carry quot coupon-eligible converter boxes quot Every review that I found was dated or My hope is that by now hardware technology and software on these units will have improved Of course I prefer to buy latest technology rather than or year old technology for the same expenditure I m trying to find a side-by-side comparision with recommendations for the best ones Of course I m hoping for an unbiased review That s difficult on the www I ve been to Tom s Hardware Guide Cnet which was no help at all and many Solved: TV Converter Box or DTV Converter Box other links Cnet listed only in their review and their review was way out of date I ve visited at least or other URL Solved: TV Converter Box or DTV Converter Box s but none gave me what I want None were current nor definitive Can anybody here advise me on what to avoid and or which Brand Solved: TV Converter Box or DTV Converter Box Model delivers best performance both quot on-screen quot software and superior technological design I think one of the following had a A rating But I m not sure at the moment I didn t save the URL -- DISH Network TR- CRA -- DISH Network DTVPal Plus Have any of you bought a product Brand Model that you love and can recommend Looking for bells and whistles etc but mostly quot control quot features for image quality and signal handling Neither of my two TV s have HD by default My two TV Converter Box coupons are at each Of course I m willing to pay beyond that for quality units Your timely replies will be appreciated greatly Thanks nbsp
Is this a kensignton slot? Where I can attach a little security cable...
"found on 99% of laptops"
Looks like it to me
Wikipedia has a picture of a Kensington lock slot on the side of Apple Powerbook laptop, and of the business end of the lock cable
Basicaly iv'e run out of PCI slot.
So im left with a choice.
Either Sacrifice a PCI card and start buying USB hubs an devices
Or find a way to convert this lovley empty AGP slot into a PCI slot.
The question is can it be done?
Gie me a simple YES, NO or ITS REALY HARD AND EXPENSIVE answer please
whats so good about socket 775?
dont they have pins?
are they faster?
i looked on the intel website and this is how they described the sockets with pentium 4 processors
socket 775 land package
socket 478 pin package
The physical socket is just one change; the boards that have the 775 socket come with newer chipsets that support DDR2, PCI Express, improved audio, and other enhancements.
I am realy puzzled, why as the AM3 sockets got 941 contacts and the am3 cpu 938 i am thinking of a new am3 board and read on wikapeda that some one tried to remove some pins and it did not work, can i just buy any am3 cpu, Thanks for any help.
I am looking for a motherboard to swap out in my system. I have an AMD Athlon X@ 4200+ for a 939 pin socket. Everytime I search for 939 it comes up as AM2. Are these the same?
Anyone know where to find 939 pin socket mobo's?
This post probably explains it...
Hi everyone I have seasonic m12 620gm 620w psu so I have one 6+2 pin and one 6 pin conector and for gigabyte gtx 680 soc I need two 8pin conectors so can I find some solution for conectors also I have gtx 580 on seasonic psu so I think I can run super overclock?
Plug the 6+2-pin into one 8-pin connector. And then plug the 6-pin into the other 8-pin connector.
Whats the biggest and baddest CPU avalible to drop into this puppy?
Is it the AMD Athlon 64 FX-60 Toledo ??
Hi, I submit this on behalf of my daughter.
Suddenly the keyboard etc wont work from the PS/2 socket. They work on another computer and other keyboard wont work either. A USB keyboard works ok on her USB socket.One thing I know is that she hasn't switched it off in BIOS , she wouldn't know how to do it.
She checked out for viruses etc and all is clear.Please does anyone know how to fix this?
XP Home SP3
PS/2 socket has been damaged or failed.
Use a USB keyboard for now on or replace the motherboard/computer. The keyboard is easiest.
I have a question about CPU's in general. Ignore Operating Frequency.
What is the difference between the different socket types on CPU’s? Is the higher the # the better? Is there performance difference?
What does L1 Cache: 12KB+16KB L2 Cache: 1MB Mean?
I want to build myself a PC and I am trying to figure out what CPU to get.
All I need to know is this. I can go from there.
I want to know if i have a cpu that has a pin set of can i use a pin set of to upgrade my CPU Socket AM What i have is an old AMD Athlon socket CPU help package Socket AM would i be CPU socket help able to use a This is my computer specs from HP com http h www hp com ewfrf wc document docname c amp cc us amp dlc en amp lc en amp product Socket type AM TDP watt Motherboard supports the following processor upgrades Athlon X with Dual Core technology up to up to watt TDP Athlon up to Sempron Ok so i use a program called CPU-Z i uploaded an attachment of what it shows Ok so i don t really understand how this works do i need to match AM socket type or do i need to match pins with I want to use a for a better CPU this is what i want to use TypeCPU Microprocessor Market segmentDesktop FamilyAMD Athlon X Model number CPU part numbersADA DAA CD is an OEM tray microprocessor ADA CDBOX is a boxed microprocessor Stepping codesACBWE CCB E CCBWE LCB E LCBIE Frequency MHz rated real Clock multiplier Package -pin lidded organic microPGA quot x quot cm x cm AMD Package number SocketSocket Introduction dateMay Price at introduction http www cpu-world com CPUs K AMD-Athlon X - ADA DAA CD ADA CDBOX html On my HP web site for my computer saids i can upgrade to a Athlon X with Dual Core technology up to up to watt TDP and this is the only one i found that is a pin Also what type of power supple should i need also i only have w in my PC I would be great if anyone can help me please nbsp
No,939 CPU's are not designed to run in AM2 940 motherboards.
Power supply depends an the hardware in the machine,but a 250 watt
is pretty low.
As far as I know,HP uses standard ATX power supplies depending on
whether the system is full size or small form factor.
Looks like that tower is ATX but make sure it is bot a microatx power supply.
This should be the 65 watt processor you need.
You can probably find a better deal on ebay.
Ok I am sick of my gaming performance on my AMD system see specs I am thinking of swiitching from that to either this ASUS PP -E amp P GHz socket for CAN incl taxes or this MSI PE amp P Ghz socket for CAN incl taxes I can t afford to go PCI-X right now but I think purchasing another AGP card would be a waste of money At least this way I can squeeze my AGP card for everything it s worth and either turn this new setup into a server when it comes time for another upgrade or sell 478 or socket 775? it as a whole system and make a few hundred bucks when I am done with it I would think socket 478 or 775? my current vid card is good enough for EQ What do you guys think Would I be better off buying the or the BTW I What the hell is wrong with these chipmakers changing sockets all the time nbsp
For what it's worth, I have a P4 2.4 and a P4 2.8. There is no noticeable speed difference.
Here's the deal; I have an Abit AN8-Sli, socket 939, motherboard and I have an AMD Athlon 64, 3500+ CPU.
Now, the CPU has started kind of dying on me so I went online to see which new CPU I can get and I noticed there's no more socket 939 CPU's! All AMD CPU's are for socket AM2, I checked 3 online stores here in Croatia. Now I'm not really into following these things but I found that was kind of strange..
What is this Socket AM2 and what happened to Socket 939? I did some googling and found out it has something to do with DDR2, bla, bla.
Long story short; can I buy a Socket AM2 CPU and install it on my socket 939 mobo?
No, you can't. You cannot find any socket 939's due to the fact that they are no longer being manufacturered and are being overrun by the newer AM2 sockets. There are still lots of them available here in the UK, maybe you can purchase one from here and get it shipped to yourself in Croatia, probably a bit extra with the shipping, but it should be worth it in the long-run.
which socket is the best for amd, im guessing AM2 cause its the newest. i noticed AM2 mobo's are 240 pin ram which is DDR2, first ive noticed an AMD board to support ddr2.
AM2 is the newest and has the best future. This is where all new processors will be emerging, including the new ones based on the 65nm design.
939 is still widely available but AMD is cutting production soon.
DDR2 is cheaper then DDR and the prices should widen even more, AM2 motherboards are also better, newer generation chipsets and better audio.
Truth is there are a lot of benchmarks out there that compare the 939 to AM2 and the differences are small. But thats with current processors, once AMD ramps up the clock speeds of the newer AM2 processors that will change.
AMD has also announced big price drops on its processors coming later this month.
I know that AMD is going to get rid of Socket 940 and replace with socket 939. What about the regular AMD 64 processors? Are they going to ditch socket 754? I have heard the Socket 754 3400+ is within 2% of the 3200+ FX on tests. I'd much rather buy for hundreds less if all I need is a 200+ boost to make things par. I will probably buy the 754 but only if it's sticking around for a while.
The 940 production won't last to the end of the 2005 year if all goes according to plan. Chips in the 754 package will continue to be made for some time, at least to the end of 2005 and probably a little beyond as they are expected to take teh place of 462 in that market. There is rumoured an Athlon 64 4000+ planned for the 754 and a definite 3700+. However I wouldn't be buying either in the near future. The wide use of the 939 will drop prices with the 754 CPU's and mobo's and with the system you have it should do you fine until all the kinks and bugs are worked out of the 939 at which time you could get one of those at a much cheaper price then the first offerings when its released and expect much longer support and better performance.
I got a Dell 170L machine which I have upgraded during the last week. I have added more RAM and a 160GB Hard Drive. Now I want to upgrade the processor too.
I found out from everest that its Socket 478.
I wanted to know that if I get a processor that is Socket 478 will it work on my motherboard or are there other details that I need to look into as well?
I have a new build of less than one month old. I have had an occasional reboot or two the most recent of which responded with a windows error report identifying a memory error as the cause of the reboot and recommending downloading Windows memory diagnostic tool. When I ran this tool I received a high number of failures with the last two bytes of the string not comparing.
After moving my memory around I believe I have isolated it to a motherboard socket. I have four sockets for DDR2 memory. Either of my two modules placed in socket 3 responds with errors during the test but the three other sockets experience no errors.
Power Supply, SeaSonic S12 SS-650HT
Motherboard, Gigabyte GA-EP45C-UD3R
Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 Wolfdale 3.16GHz
Memory, OZC Reaper OCZ2RPR11502GK
Video Card, Gigabyte GV-R485OC-1GH
Drive, Western Digital WD5000AAKS 500GB
After several days of Emails with Gigabyte support nothing has changed. I have run memtest in enhanced mode with the memory in the second set of dual memory slots without any errors but if I move the memory back to the first set of slots the RAM in slot three produces srrors immediately. I cannot wait any longer or I will run out of my 30 day exchange window with NewEgg so I am going to request a replacement motherboard.
is anyone else a little steamed about this? When AMD was all about "socket compatibility" and now they go and announce this. First I have to get a new motherboard to get PCI-e, now I have to get a new one for a new socket, AND buy DDR2 memory, ugh, the pockets are empty again.
you don't even have an AMD, your sig has your stats and you got an intel... :haha:
why do you have to upgrade? technology always has new releases, just depends on how rich and how much you are willing to upgrade for the latest, or best....
i need one thats better than the one that came stocked with my quad core and something that can light up blue.please no zalman to huge thanks
If you want blue light fans then you can get case fans, or a new case.
I'm putting together a computer for a friend....and it's been alittle while since I've done it. Do all socket 478s now support P4 and celeron? From what I've come across...that's what it looks like.
yes socket 478 Celerons @400MHz FSB only and P4 @ 400MHz, 533MHz, 800MHz FSB for the 533 and 800 the motherboard has to have an 133MHz to 200MHz system clock
My Packard Bell PC has one HDMI socket which at present is connected to my Samsung HD TV.
Is it possible to fit another HDMI socket to the PC?
This one would be connected to an HDMI Monitor.
Might try a HDMI splitter
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I have a seriously overheating CPU that runs at 50C normally, and overheats in 10 min when playing games. I need a really good Heatsink to cool it down. Please gimme some suggestions...
oh, and please consider the price too, preferably lower than $20 with shipping, I'm poor
So after having a tough time with my PC. I have decided to try a new CPU.
I had a 3.2 Ghz Intel 4 Socket 478, and am trying to find an exact replacement.
Is this it? :
And if possible has anybody got any advice on a good cooling system for this CPU?
Thanks in advance
I am planning on upgrading my CPU from my current Pentium D 915 2.8ghz to a core 2 duo (which one yet, I do not know). I was wondering if 775 LGA means the same as LGA775. And also, would this mean that my motherboard can support a Core 2 Duo?
Here is a screenshot of my CPU-Z:
Hi Yeah I am going to be upgrading my CPU and Video Card this christmass Basically this xmass is the only chance to get new hardware until late nextyear early if you want details or want to know why you can PM me My current setup is kind of good but due to a power surge last night my CPU died I am currently using an old AMD and well gaming is not the same that with my I m going to be getting a new PSU a X XT and a new CPU but I can t decide a CPU Need help new on (Socket 939) which one My motherboard is this one http www newegg com Product Product asp Item N E Socket though that one is kind of weird cause the one I have has PCI-E x and PCI-E x not PCI-EX But yeah its not the Platinum Ed I m trying to find Need help on a new CPU (Socket 939) one new CPU dual core FX w e under preferably under Looked at these http www newegg com Product Product asp Item N E http www newegg com Product Product asp Item N E http www newegg com Product Product asp Item N E http www newegg com Product Product asp Item N E thanks nbsp
None of your links appear to be working.
I have been out of the computer buildiing loop and I was looking at parts to build my father in law a computer. I have noticed this AM2 socket, which I assume that is the standard socket for AMD now?
I have an old 'socket A' Asus A7V880 motherboard with an AMD Sempron 2600+ chip that I was contemplating upgrading to W7. However, when I run the W7 upgrade advisor on that particular machine I only get a 32 bit result, no reference anywhere to 64 bit. I presume that means that this set of kit can't run 64 bit windows.
So far I can't discover if it is the processor, the motherboard or something else that is the limiting factor.
Can anyone answer my question, please?
Are you running a 64 bit Operating System now? XP? Vista?http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/54528-socket.html