Dell dimension 3000 p4 3 Ghz processor, stopped posting, tested with a p4 2.4 ghz processor posted but now cant post with any. i have bought another p4 2.8Ghz processor but still cant post not even with the earlier p4 2.4Ghz processor.
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Re: my dell wouldnt post,
Try removing all cards (except vid unless onboard), connections, mem and see if there is any change. I would expect beeping at this point, then power off and insert 1 mem module. If you get any display at this point, start reconnecting things one at a time powering off between.
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you can contact online for techsupport at dell at www.support.dell.com this a live tech support session totally free they have helped me out numerous times keep me posted on how this goes ok best regards mike
Foluwa, You can go here: http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/my_systems_info/details?c=us&l=en&s=gen&~tab=2, and enter your service tag number (would have done it for you if it was posted) and you'll get your systems configuration and should be able to determine *********** Board, Socket, and max Processor that it will support. Good luck.
For Dimension 3000 system here are your options.
Pentium IV 3.2 GHz 533 / 800 MHz FSB
Pentium IV 3.0 GHZ 533 / 800 MHz FSB
Pentium IV 2.8 GHz 533 / 800 MHz FSB
but what i'm worried about is the socket where the process goes into. for thermal issues it is expected for the socket to CHIP CREEP. Chip creep refers to the problem of chips that, over time, would work their way out of the socket. Chip creep occurred due to thermal expansion; the contracting and expanding during system heat up and cool down. you might end up replacing the mobo as well.
Hi, according to the Dell website you have a LGA775 socket on your motherboard. Therefore, you can only buy processors that fit into this socket. Here is a list of some offered by Intel that will work:
Celeron D 325 2.53 GHz
Celeron D 330 2.66 GHz
Celeron D 335 2.8 GHz
Celeron D 340 2.93 GHz
Pentium4 520 2.8 GHz
Pentium4 530 3.0 GHz
Pentium4 540 3.2GHz
Pentium4 550 3.4 GHz
Pentium4 560 3.6 GHz
Pentium4 570 3.8 GHz
The processors that won't work are the ones that are not compatible with this socket. Everytime you look up a cpu it will tell you which socket it is designed for.
To buy a cpu you will need to decide:
The brand you want.
The speed of the cpu that you want.
Extras i.e. Hyperthreading, etc.
How much you are willing to pay for it.
Then you can narrow your search as you stick within your limits.
Let me know if you have more questions.
According to this review, you can upgrade as far as a 2 GHz P4-M at least;
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 :)