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you could look in the bois setting, in the advance section
cpu configuration, 32Bit data transfer, core performance boost, cpu smart fan calibratioon, control mode,shutdown temperature, plug and play OS, chipset menu,
look at software that allow you optimizes your system
glarysoft, glary utilities, DONT BUY ANY, LOOK FOR FREE ONES IF YOU FIND ONE THAN BUY IT.
Hi there the G614J is a Intel Celeron 450. which is a Socket LGA755 (this is the connector on the motherboard for a cpu, this is a deciding factor on what kind of cpu can be installed.) Currently the LGA 755 socket is history, there are no cpus sold as NEW in the market that I can see, your only option is 2nd hand, like EBAY.com I found a total of 7 cpus in ebay. In my honest professional opinion it is not worth it to attempt to upgrade the cpu on your computer, consider buying a newer computer, used, or new. I mean this stuff is trash, http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lot-of-11-CPU-Intel-Pentium-4-2-8Ghz-521-LGA755-1M-800Mhz-SL9CG-/360517310223?pt=CPUs&hash=item53f081970f
that guy is selling 11 cpus for LGA775 socket for 50$ its few $ for one cpu.
Your current cpu has a front bus of 800MHZ you don't want to get anything lower than that, that is the only deal I found in ebay that wasn't slower than your current cpu.
I'd recommend you resell your old computer as is on ebay or similar and purchase a newer system.
dip switches are little switchs physically on the motherboard.
they replaced the jumpers which were found on older motherboards .
it needs to be adjusted depending on the cpu you are running . and the front speed bus capabilites of you cpu and motherboard. newer motherboards allow alittle bit of tweaking the speeds and settings from the bios .try that is you are confident you know what you are doing
also referred to as multipliers. if none of the above means anything to you or is out of your understanding then you need to take your pc to a computer shop and have them adjust the settings on your dip switch .
somebody may hae configured it to run faster than is reccomended also known as over clocking ..
you may be risking your cpu and motherboard if you continue to use your comp .
It turns out that while the BIOS will not appear to recognize the Pentium 3 1.4GHz Tualatin CPU (SL6BY) in my Asus P3V4X motherboard, Windows XP does! I apologize for my delay in posting this.
I have five extra SL6BY processors that I'd like to sell if anyone is interested. I need to make some money to upgrade the memory in this antique to 2GB (turns out that low density 512MB RAM does work in the P3V4X, by the way).