Question about HP Compaq Presario SR5610F Desktop PC
Hardware -athlon 64 x2 4800+ 2.5gh2 socket am2 chipset geforce 6150 se nforce 430 power supply 250w motherboard name =iris 8 gl6 or ivy 8 gl6 is anyone knows if is possible to instal better motherboard on this pc??? if so , which one ??
Posted by Anonymous on
I just replaced the motherboard in a Compaq SR5610F because the capacitors were swollen and the computer was flaky: rebooting, losing devices, etc.
I bought an ASRock N68-CGS FX, about $50 shipped. The processor and memory from the Compaq work in it, and the board fits just fine in the case; in addition, you can devote 256 megs of shared memory to video (double the Compaq board). If you want to upgrade later, it will take a number of AMD 3 or 3+ processors, and there are two DDR3 memory slots.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have the option of upgrading your processor without buying a new system. I wouldn't purchase the other system, If you looking to upgrade look at the AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core 6400+, that will step you up to 3.2GHz, which is compatible with your motherboard. You can get more information on it HERE. And for more information on your motherboard you can find that HERE.
The only thing you want to make sure off is that you have enough power to handle this processor. If you have a 450 or up power supply you'll be fine.
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Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Well, unplugging something (I'm not quite clear on what you unplugged), especially if it supplies power to the processor usually doesn't fix things. If you mean the plug that looks like http://www.pcguide.com/byop/diagrams/figure9.jpg then it helps supply power to the motherboard, and I'm not sure what unplugging it would fix but it is more likely a motherboard issue than a processor issue if unplugging it fixed the problem. Regardless because this is an older and off the shelf computer upgrading it will be difficult due to the fact that celeron's don't have the same socket type as newer processors. If it is a motherboard issue then you will need a new motherboard and a new processor for that motherboard. Essentially the easiest and most cost effective thing would be to get a new computer.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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