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For SL6PE, TDP = 66.1 W

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Posted on Apr 14, 2014

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Can i replace my p4 processor with dual core processor ( my system is 965z intel motherboard lenovo company)


the sockets for P4 and a dual core are different. you will have to replace your motherboard. getting a new desktop will be a better option.

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Should I upgrade my P4 2.66 Ghz Processor or buy a new computer


I would suggest that you should try to buy a new computer. We do have new Computers that has new processors that are much faster than a P4. :)

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I bought a flip hd mincorder and it needs a least a 2.0 p4 processor. I have a 1.7 p4. Can I swap to a faster processor ? would I notice an improvement ?


You will notice a lot of improvement in the speed and working of the PC when you change it to a faster processor. You can run the mini-corder with your 1.7Ghz P4 processor but you will soon be tired with the slow response of your PC. Changing it to a faster processor is a better option. You will be able to notice a change in the working of your PC with the mini-corder.
Before buying a Processor make sure you old processor can be replaced. Old Motherboards do not allow the replacement of the processor as it would be soldered. If you cannot change the Processor you will have to get a new motherboard with a better processor if you need a better one.
I suggest you buy an Intel Core2Duo or an Intel iCore Processor, not a P4. Leave a comment if you need more guidance. Don't forget to rate the solution.

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Is the P4 processor removable in order to replace w/a faster P4?


To remove:

There is a lever/clamp that firmly holds the processor in the socket. You must pull the little brown/tan handle out (away from the socket) and up. It goes out perhaps 1/4 inch and up 90 degreee. Once this clamp has been released you should easily be able to lift the processor with your fingers.
Be extremely careful with all the pins on the processor as they bend out of alignment with very little force.

And i guess, you shld be able to replace the processor however you wld also want to confirm it with the customercare to confirm if your motherboard would support that.

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Replaced bulb in projector and it still doesn't


Smetimes the other fan comes on when set to full bright. As your lamp is not lighting up, the other fan will not come on. If yo have replaced the lamp and it is still not working, then 9 times out of 10 it is will be the ballast.

Jan 05, 2010 | Toshiba TDP P4 Multimedia Projector

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Who's the best processor for my pc?


P4 3.0 is best processor make good combination of 1GB RAM and 945 bord.

Aug 24, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I don't have a problem. I just need to know what kind of motherboard my PC has. its a HP Pavilion dv7.1135nr . thank you


I am guessing you are asking because you want to upgrade it?

If not, download this free program, and it will tell you all the info you want to know about your computer: CPU-Z here: http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php


Okay, well you have an AMD based DV7,
The 780G chipset is among the latest from AMD. That chipset supports the Turion ultra processors.
Your system may be running slow because your cpu is running at 500MHz instead of 2Ghz.
You can upgrade your processor to any RM/ZM/QL turion processor.

The processor in your system is socket S1
Your current cpu is a RM-70, 2.0Ghz dual core, 1mb L2, and 31 watt TDP
The RM-74 would be an upgrade to 2.2Ghz dual core, 1mb L2, and 35 watt TDP
However your best upgrade at the moment is the ZM-86,
The ZM-86 is 2.4Ghz Dual core, 2mb L2, and 35 watt TDP

The ZM processors are going for around $200 on ebay
I do not think the 400MHz upgrade is going to be worth $200.

Jun 25, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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No light


Most likely the lamp ballast in the power supply is blown, this was common in the P4 units. These units are more than 4 years old. They were OEM from InFocus. You can check on ProjectorCentral.com for cross reference info to the P4 (for parts info). Your unit may need repair, however it may cost more than the unit is worth (est. $150-$300) I can recommend PROJECTOR DOCTOR in San Diego CA, or ALLTECH ELECTRONICS in New Jersey for repair of this item. PJ DOC might have parts as they were a InFocus repair center as well.

Jan 22, 2008 | Toshiba TDP P4 Multimedia Projector

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