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If you want to make your computer faster this are the possible things that you can do;
Remove unnecessary program and the best one is to add up some or increase the RAM or memory of your computer that will definitely speed it up..

Hope that helps...........

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Speed up computer


you can but a daster cpu but you might need other equopment to keep the machine cool. Generally, if you buy a faster chip you will need better cooling.
A solid state drive will speed your machine up, SSDs are expensive but very quick, much faster than a magnetic hard disk. The best , most reliable bang for buck SSD is the SANDISK EXTREME PRO at the moment, these come with a 10 year warranty.
You can add faster ram . Lower CAS latency and faster chips really help.
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FASTER CPU
FASTER SSD
FASTER RAM
AND SOME IMPROVED COOLING
= FASTER PC BUT POORER OWNER!!
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Installed athlon 64 x2 5200+ in dell demension c521 and got a black screen! What's The Problem???


Well, I see two issues that this could possibly be the most likely is that your computer will not support the 5200 chip. The second is that the Video card has come unplugged. All the Documentation indicates the board uses a 3200 and there is no section for upgrading to a faster chip. The link below is a link to the Manual on your computer in pdf format.

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dimc521/en/OM_EN/RP333A00.pdf

Make sure the video card is properly installed and attempt to get into the BIOS to see if the CPU is recognized. If the BIOS fails to identify the CPU you are using it is not compatible with the motherboard and you will have to replace it. If you have any diagnostic lights activated then look up the sequence on page 48 of the manual I provided a link to. Only Dell Support could tell you if there is a jumper you can change to make this newer CPU work but I doubt that CPU is going to work in that computer. Name brand system are hard to upgrade because of this weakness.

Aug 14, 2011 | AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+, 2.6 GHz

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Actually i just wanna ask about the core i3 HD graphics on intel DH55TC motherboard does this processor support shader 3.0 on games ??


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Yes, you have an i3 processor, which allows for blazing fast gaming graphics with the graphics media accelerator.
It supports directx 11, and has pixel shader 3.0 support as well.
It allows the processor to offload the graphics signal to the graphics portion of the motherboard, allowing the processor to work way more efficiently
It has support for vertex shaders as well as the normal pixel shaders, so graphics come alive.

Just check which type of graphic chipset that you have, and download the latest drivers for it.
Some have intel chips, some have ati, and others have nvidia.

They all work equally well for the most part, for games it seems that the nvidia chips appear to work a little smoother than the ati, but the ati has it's pluses as well. The ati chips can run at a faster overall speed.
Make sure that you set the AGP aperture to the maximum amount available in your bios settings

Feb 01, 2011 | Intel Core i3 Processor i3540 306GHz 4MB...

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Difference between celleron and pentium which is better to use


Celeron has always been known as the cheap mans 'chip' because it is less expensive. Celeron tends to overheat quicker and doesn't cope as well with high demand. In saying that a Celeron does it's job - just don't expect miracles. Pentium is the quality 'chip'. Works well on high demand computers, faster at responding and less likely to have problems.

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Wat are the problem if the cpu was not functioning? is there an problem about my cpu? or it might be change my cpu?


CPU If Central Processing Unit stops functioning your system is dead. If you think your CPU is too slow you can look into upgrading to a faster CPU, but it has to match with your chip-set and would have to be installed by someone that understands computer architecture. mysleuth

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Can i upgrade my toshiba laptop l10 273 1.4 celeron processor for a faster one


Yes just make sure you have the right socket for the new chip. example- a 939 socket will only accept 939 processor.

Mar 10, 2009 | Toshiba Computers & Internet

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Intel Celeron Upgrade


I know how you feel, you want to improve your situation but not spend a lot of money, and squeeze some more out of what you already bought. You have a latop that works, no need to get rid of it. The problem is that CPUs on laptops are really not made to upgrade. The overwhelming amount of data out there tell us that it's actually just easier and sensible to buy a new one. I know that's not what you want to hear, but- 1) celeron chips are really not designed for gaming, although that doesnt mean you can play simple games on them 2) if your chip is a celeron, it means your laptop was not a high-end one that had the pentium chip plus all the other higher-end (faster) components that support it. That means that even if you bump up your celeron to one a bit faster, it will still have all the slow components around it. 3) the motherboard limits what you can do-- it will not let you upgrade to the fastest celeron out there, but will allow you to upgrade withing a narrow range of celerons. This is because as chips get faster, the companies change the way they attach to the motherboard, and newer chips dont attach to older montherboards. 4) the main determinant of gaming is your graphics card, then RAM, and these wont be affected by upgrading your CPU. 5) even if you were to replace your celeron, you'd have to pay a decent ammount for it, maybe 100 bucks, and I've seen new laptops sell for 399 to 499 entry level. For me, I'd rather scrape up the extra 300 bucks and just get a new laptop, which will have the new CPU (much faster than the fastest celeron), new graphics card, probably much more ram than your system can now support. Don't mean to rain on your parade! Good luck.

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Upgrade the processor on a Toshiba equium l40 series from a celron M


The core2 duo chips will be a different socket to your celeron cpu so can do that unfortunately. You may be able to upgrade to a faster cpu of the same socket type but will probably need a bios update for it to run at proper speed.

Unfortunately laptops arent really designed to be upgraded at all bar extra ram/hd/dvdrw.

Hope that helps?

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Dell


Well mishel, its a little yes, a little no. yes you can upgrade your processor, but not all the way to 4.3ghz, with whats in your computer now, the only processors that will fit are of socket 478, its one of Intel's older chips. There faster chips to date clock in around 3.0-3.4, and that's with four cores, if you need a faster chip, you need to get another motherboard, and with your case that can be a problem. The best processor I could find was 3.0ghz and under $100 on newegg.com. Good Luck
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Upgrade from 600 MHz to 1 GhZ


According to this review, you can upgrade as far as a 2 GHz P4-M at least; http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,669029,00.asp Other than that, i have been unable to find the details of your motherboard - if you can post the make and model (should be printed on it somewhere) then I would hope to find a more complete list of compatible and incompatible processors. Gateway themselves no longer offer online info or support for this model, but the motherboard details should enable me to find out what you need to know. Waiting for your post :)

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