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Q: Processor compatibility

Hello someone know if the I7 3820 is working with a graphic card pci-express3.0?

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A: Processor compatibility

Check your motherboard specifications.

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Hi!
I was wondering if the "AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Processor - 3.0GHz, 2MB Cache, 1000MHz (2000 MT/s), Windsor, Dual-Core" is compatible and can replace the processor in a Compaq Presario SR5110NX. The PSU has been upgraded to 460 Watts,if that makes a difference. I was told by a HP guy that I would need a new motherboard,but is that true?

Responses greatly appreciated!!
 

A:Processor Compatibility

When you're dealing with a System Builder proprietary motherboard with a proprietary BIOS only the System Builder can tell you positively what processors are supported.
 

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A:Processor compatibility

Most laptops use integrated graphics, so its unlikely yours will be replaceable with something better. The CPU may of course not work either, it depends on whether it was sold with your motherboard and that CPU as to whether it will work - There are other factors, but I tend to take the approach of it working if its been done already by the manufacturer.

Upgrading your RAM will boost overall performance, but you won't really see any improvement in game.

My advice would be to replace the laptop. You could probably sell this one and use it against the cost of a new one.
 

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Is Socket 1156 LGA compatible with Intel Core i7-2700k? If not what processor would you recommend getting to be able to play games such as Skyrim and Battle Field 3 at high-max graphics?
 

A:Processor Compatibility

Is Socket 1156 LGA compatible with Intel Core i7-2700k?Click to expand...

No


If not what processor would you recommend getting to be able to play games such as Skyrim and Battle Field 3 at high-max graphics?Click to expand...

Here are some 1156 CPU's http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...1 50001157 600005864&IsNodeId=1&name=LGA 1156

The i5 650 is the best one listed here. You can compare CPU performance at this site http://www.anandtech.com/bench/Product/144?vs=288
 

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ALso, I have downloaded a program called siSoftware Sandra which gives info about your computer. This also tells me that the upgradeability of my socket and it says:
Socket/Slot: 775
Upgrade interface: ZIF Socket
Supported Speeds: 3.80 Ghz -----} Does this mean that the quad core would not work?
 

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I am going to upgrade my 2.8 ghz processor to a 3.6 ghz

my current processor runs at 90nm???? and the new one is a 65nm

what does this mean? will my motherboard (dell oj8885 Intel i945G/GZ ) support this new chip?
 

A:processor compatibility

"nm" refers to a manufacturing process, not speed. You would need a new MB (and often other items like RAM) to use the new chip. In general Dells do not allow for much in the way of CPU upgrades. They would rather you buy a new system.
 

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Having mutiple freezing upon sometimes loading computer or loading applications, just wondering is the 32 bit Windows XP campitable with the new i7 processors or do i need a new OS???

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http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-H8-1534-processor-compatibility/td-p/5613805
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Thanks in advance
 

A:mobo/processor RAM compatibility

Yeah that motherboard is compatible with the pc3200 ram and it will run at pc3200.

So go ahead and buy the ram if you want to.
 

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I require assistance with motherboard/processor compatibility. I have been to both websites (Intel for processor, Gigabyte for Mobo) and I can't really understand how to work the compatibility test. I was wondering if I could get some advice here.

At the moment, I'm using:
Mobo: Gigabyte G41M-ES2H
Chipset: Intel G41

Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160 @ 1.80Ghz
Socket: 775 LGA

And I'm looking to replace that old processor with a new:
Processor: Intel Pentium Dual Core E6600 @ 3.06 Ghz
Socket: 775 LGA

I have spoken to a tech support specialist from Harvey Norman, and he has said that as long as the socket type is the same, it will be supported. I was wanting to get some feedback from another tech specialist, as I like to check things twice before I do them.

Thank you for taking the time to read this
 

A:Motherboard/Processor Compatibility Help

Just go to the Gigabyte page> http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3468#ov

...and there is a supported cpu list on the page> http://www.gigabyte.com/support-downloads/cpu-support-popup.aspx?pid=3468

The E6600 is on the list
 

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A:Windows Defender and Processor compatibility

Windows DefenderX64 is the 64 bit version for 64 bit CPU's, as its name suggests.

You have a normal 32 bit CPU.

The message is entirely correct.
64 bit CPU's are not commonplace yet, software is now being released for them.
 

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Hi,

I am trying to upgrade my Satellite A500-1GL with a new i5 480M (socket 988) but I don't know if there is a BIOS blockage.
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Could you please tell me if this processor is compatible with this motherboard? Do I need a BIOS update in order to unlock it?

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A:Satellite A500-1GL - Processor compatibility

Hello

Generally speaking CPU upgrade is not supported so there is no some kind of compatibility list. Toshiba doesn't support it and BIOSes are not designed to help about it.
More about that you can read on http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/TSB9401AX0001R01.htm

https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?83070-Satellite-A500-1GL-Processor-compatibility
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A:New processor and video card compatibility

Acer Aspire G7200.Click to expand...

This is the model of the PC, you need to supply the make and model number of your mother board. If you look inside the box you should be able to find this information written on the board. You should also think about checking your power supply to be sure it can cope with the extra power. What size is your PSU at present.
 

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A:How can we know the compatibility of graphics card with motherboard, processor and RA

Look for any graphics card that is "pci express x16" compatible.

Some gpus come with free bundled games and such.. all of them come with a driver disk, and are very easy to update from the manufacturers website.

Graphics card memory is less important than overall core, mem speed.

Ensure whatever you choose, your power supply is up to the job, as a lot of these cards require extra power to run.

Hope this helps
 

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A:Intel E7200-Core-Duo-Processor Compatibility?

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A:Core i5 processor compatibility with socket LGA1155

This Intel web site might help you.
Compatible Processors

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A:i3 second generation processor and java software compatibility

Hi -
Your new computer may come with an earlier version of Java installed already -
Then all you would do is update it to the latest version - - and done -

If Java is not installed, it is a very painless 3 to 5 min process -

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A:Workstation dual processor compatibility check

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You don't use a "cheapo" power supply with quality components.
 

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A:Acer Aspire 3680-2682 processor compatibility

Never plan on upgrading the CPU in a laptop, even if it is socketed, there is often BIOS limitations and there is always heat dissipation issues.

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A:Collaborative Processor Power Controls for Processor are disabled after upgrade

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

See if this finds any new drivers:

Intel? Driver Update Utility

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A:Athlon Processor versus Pentinum Processor in Windows XP

What the message is telling you is that Windows Media Center Edition 2005 is not one of the operating systems that Adobe Photoshop Album 1.0 supports. It has nothing to do with whether an Intel processor or an AMD processor is installed. I checked the system requirements for the newer version 2.0, and it also is not supported by Windows MCE 2005.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/athlon-processor-versus-pentinum-processor-in-windows-xp.440153/
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/diff-between-centrino-processor-and-core-2-duo-processor.770100/
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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/32-bit-4-gig-compatibility.110514/
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A:Compatibility

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/compatibility.1155215/
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A:RAM Compatibility

1. The first on your screenshot
http://www.valueram.com/datasheets/kvr800D2N5_1G.pdf

2. Second on your list
now discontinued but originally sold as system specific
http://www.superwarehouse.com/Kingston_1_GB_DDR_II_SDRAM_Memory/KTH-XW4400_1G/p/1532011

also operating at 800Mhz

3 and 4
http://www.kingston.com/en/memory/search/?partid=kth-xw4300/1g

operating at 667Mhz
and also originally sold as system specific
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820134210

5. What difference will the two speeds make - ram will always run at the slowest of the speeds.

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Ideally sticks of ram should always be exactly matched
Certainly pairs in a channel must be matched

7. System specific
Kingston Branded Memory (system-specific memory) is designed, manufactured and tested to the specification of each brand-name computer system we support. The design is fine-tuned to match the timing of the system, to reduce noise and heat, and allow for the most efficient communication between the memory and the CPU.
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Is it possible for system specific to work on other systems - YES
Is it advisable to buy it with the intention of fitting to another system - NO

8. I appreciate you have NOT asked - but as to how you stand on the ebay sale, I do not feel it is appropriate for me to pass an opinion.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ram-compatibility.1117619/
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You could try right clicking the icon for Pinnacle Studio 9 and click properties, then click on compatibility tab and choose Windows Xp Service Pack 2 and apply the settings and see if that works. Please note that I do not know what that program is but that tip can be a general fix for some things.

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unless you are doing some very heavy Memory programs , its unlikely you will use the 6GB on the PC

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ram-compatibility-help.1125572/
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A:Compatibility

  
Quote: Originally Posted by guns90


I hope this is a simple enough question. My son's computer just fried, and mine is the only one left operational in the house. He must have a Windows system for his school work. I've been using Linux exclusively and have never had Windows on this computer. I went to MS to see if this computer is compatible to load Windows 7 on to it, but their compatibility test will not work download with Linux. I have a home built system. Can anyone tell me if the following components will run Windows 7 so that I can dual boot them?

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EGVA 8800 GTS graphics
No Sound Card

Thanks.


Cpu--Yes, Ram is sufficient.

GPU requirements are 256 mb (check yours)
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See this thread Paint shop pro 7.

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819115017
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822152100R
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811156098
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-TY
 

A:Help with compatibility?

Hi
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-with-compatibility.769212/
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A:CD/DVD compatibility

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cd-dvd-compatibility.35064/
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A:Compatibility

Yeah it will work, someone with more authority here should be able to back my answer
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/compatibility.1115783/
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http://www.sevenforums.com/software/145740-compatibility-cs4.html
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A:8.1 os compatibility

What program wont install
 
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http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/583605/81-os-compatibility/
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A:HDD compatibility

You can buy IDE

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/hdd-compatibility.811198/
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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/am2-am2-compatibility.158588/
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Hello, and Welcome
 
Did you update to the latest AMD drivers?
 
http://www.winbeta.org/news/amd-catalyst-drivers-now-supporting-windows-10-upgrades

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/584730/w10-gfx-compatibility/
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I am hoping that it is not a bad mobo or vid card. I tried reseating the card about half a dozen times.
-tim
 

A:AGP compatibility

Hi,
You are going to need another video card to test it or another system you can put that card in. Double check all of your jumpers and switches if any. You might want to look at you clear cmos jumper to make sure it is in the proper position. If you have some extra memory or more than one stick you might want to reduce it to just one stick or try some new memory.
Good luck!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/agp-compatibility.68887/
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A:RAM compatibility

For a dual channel system I would recommend two or four DIMMS. Those will work with the motherboard you have but it's not optimal.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/ram-compatibility.153099/
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A:Win XP compatibility

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A:Ram Compatibility

Which motherboard are you referring to? The asus mentioned in your sig?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ram-compatibility.801938/
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A:Compatibility

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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/compatibility-of-ram.52793/
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Thanks!
 

A:MB/CPU compatibility

Both are socket 939, and the motherboard supports dual core processors, so you're good to go.

One question though, why are you building a new dual-core rig with an AGP slot???

(BTW - you specify 'at least one AGP slot' when there have never been any boards made ever with more than one. Dual-card setups are only available in PCI-Express)

AGP is dwindling since PCI-E came out, and pretty soon, will be extinct. I'd suggest finding a motherboard with a PCI-E slot instead.

EDIT - - - Never mind, I see that you want to keep your existing Vid card. However, if you can scrape it together, you'd be WAY better off to upgrade your video card too, and go PCI-Express. Otherwise, your whole system will be out of date very quickly.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/mb-cpu-compatibility.521009/
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A:compatibility

ComboFix is a malware tool, which is beyond the scope of this particular forum...since we do not address malware issues here.
 
Please read ComboFix usage, Questions, Help - Look here - http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic273628.html for info on ComboFix questions.
 
Louis

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A:Compatibility

Ritsune, welcome to the forum. While this is a Hewlett Packard (HP) help forum, you gave enough of the specs for me to be able to find your Dell online.  From what I can see, I believe that the video card should be compatible.  The GT 610 series of video cards doesn't require UEFI in the motherboards instead of a standard BIOS. I am pleased that you trusted this Forum enough to post on it.  If I can be so bold as to make a suggestion, the next time that you buy a new computer, I would like to suggest that you consider HP.  You evidently have come to know how good the support is for their computers or you wouldn't be here. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

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A:SSD and MB. Compatibility?

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A:Compatibility

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/compatibility.632380/
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A:compatibility

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A:Compatibility

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No the power supply is to small.
Only 300 watt.
Inspiron 580 Desktop Details | Dell

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/142088-compatibility.html
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A:FSB compatibility?

NYCaribou said:


Will this make the CPU and motherboard incompatible?Click to expand...

Typically, no. It just means the CPU will only function as fast as the motherboard will let it. This will reduce the processing speed of the processor, but it will still function in the board. Same thing goes with motherboards. You can stick a slower FSB processor in a motherboard, and the board will auto detect the speed, and run at that speed.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/fsb-compatibility.701673/
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A:Compatibility of RAM and CPU

Hi rapstarrr91.

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Because of these differences in versions, Symantec Technical Support does not recommend using mixed versions of pcAnywhere on a regular basis. Symantec Technical Support will not provide support for mixed versions of any software product other than the currently supported versions of pcAnywhereClick to expand...
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/pc-anywhere-10-5-compatibility.249897/
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A:Compatibility

Yes, that card will work, but you might as well get a 512 mb one. 1 gb vs 512 mb will show pretty much no performance difference in a low end card such as that. Maybe something like this?

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A:Compatibility?

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http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/compatibility.128786/
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A:RAM Compatibility

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A:Ram compatibility

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ram-compatibility.655359/
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You really want your ram to match. Not only speed and frequency, but they should ideally be the exact same model. You can mix speeds, and they will work at the lowest speed. But if you are looking to add more, get the same as what you have already. if you are looking to upgrade, prices are generally good enough to just replace what you have with matched dimms. A Guy

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