Question about Dell Precision 650 PC Desktop
I have a Dell precision 650 with 2 CPU (XEON 3.2 GHz).
When I activate the 2nd CPU, the fans are very noisy.
Is it possible to turn the 2nd CPU when needed - without rebooting the system ?
Is it possible to modify the CPU speed on a DELL precision 650 ?
Thanks a lot in advance for your help.
Need more information. What operating system are you running. You should be able to set the CPU throttling in the O/S or BIOS.
Posted on Aug 05, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Optiplex 280 supports upto 4Gb of memory, for more details on this system visit http://www.memoryx.net/deopgxdeme.html
Bus is that carry data through NorthBridge to CPU at a very high Speed. Cache that retain data in CPU itself for faster access of data and need not to read it (data) from memory. THe faster your BUS speed, the better performance for gaming or video you will get
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
Check motherboard for bad capacitors. I had the same problem and when i had bad capacitors replaced everything is ok.
Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Change the setting in the BIOS menu. reboot your computer.. when you see the dell logo.. press F1 (or F2 if F1 doesn't work) button until you see the BIOS screen. Check for fan options and change it
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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