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I have a ECS MCP61P-AM Motherboard can i up grade my cpu i have an 5000amd and i want to go to 6000 3.0

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    I have a dell dimension e520 desktop..i want to upgrade my processor to coer i7..will i be able to do that?!

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Yes you can upgrade you cpu without upgrading your motherboard

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Compatible processor in K7VMM ecs motherboard


According to the ecs website :

http://www.ecs.com.tw

the K7VMM version 1.2A has a cpu socket 462 for AMD Athlon XP/ Athlon / Duron processor

Go to : http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Index.aspx?MenuID=0&LanID=0

and use the ECS search box with your model # K7VMM
then choose your version #, click it

then click on the CPU tab (under the pic of the motherboard). It shows a complete list of compatible cpu's for this motherboard. Did this answer your question?

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Where can i find a esc- mcp61p- am motherboard


Looks like they were used in Gateway PC's (Here) but they are not listed on ECS's website. ECS have others on their site for Socket AM2 processors. Have a look here: ECS
Click products button at the top and select Motherboards , then AM2 down the left hand side.

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Ecs 945gzt- M(1.0)


Yes it supports all models of dual core processors.
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BAD MOTHERBOARD ECS MCP61P-AM Motherboard


You can. Just make sure it's compatible with the same processor, RAM etc...or it may cost you more in the long run.
You can bring that spec into the local computer store, ask them to just either replace or upgrade...make sure you tell them you'd like to use the same processor, RAM etc.
I hope that helps.


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ECS P4IBMS Motherboard CPU Voltage Jumper Settings


I don't believe that there is a P4 motherboard that needs jumper setting to specify the CPU voltage. This used to be common for Pentium & Pentium II motherboards, & some Pentium III motherboards. But I have never seen a Pentium 4 motherboard that require this kind of setting.
Besides, I checked the motherboard's manual & I saw that there is a sub-menu in BIOS labelled "Frequency/Voltage Control". This should be the place where the CPU voltage should be set, & on most motherboards, CPU voltage & frequency are automatically detected.

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Your manual will tell you what the motherboard can support . If it a pre-manufactured motherboard ( A.K.A a dell , gateway , sony vio , HP .. ect ect ) then more than likely the answer is NO

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Wont power up ecs motherboard


Your 4-pin power connector supplies voltage to your CPU through some series of MOSFET transistors. First try to disconnect your CPU from the socket and power up your motherboard. Your CPU might be toasted. MOSFET transistors might be bad. Also look at your big caps around the CPU. If they have bubbled tops, you need to replace them.

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