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How much ram is suitable for 2666mhz processor

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HI,
Basically RAM also depends upon the Operating System you are using.
Following are the suitable matches:-
Operating System Processor RAM
Windows XP 2666mhz 2 GB DDR2 maximum performance
Windows Vista 2666mhz 2 GB DDR2 maximum performance

I am sure it will give you the best performance.

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1 gb is ok but if u put more ram is much better.

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Can i upgrade the speed


Yes.

This is why people (Gamers usually), use harddrives that have a spindle speed of 10,000, or 15,000RPM.
Also why people use SSD harddrives. (Solid State Drive)

(Problem is those harddrives have a small storage capacity, in relation to harddrives that spin at a slower spindle speed.

One example; 1TB harddrive that has a spindle speed of 7,200RPM, compared to 10,000RPM harddrive with only 150GB )

To really improve the performance past that Bob, make sure you have the Ram Memory maxed out.

If the laptop for example, has 1GB of ram memory, and will support up to 4GB; this is the way to go.

Also, let's say the laptop uses DDR2 Sdram at 667MHz.
(PC2-5300 that is SO-DIMM)

But can support DDR2 Sdram at 800MegaHertz.
(PC2-6400 that is SO-DIMM)

It is BETTER to have MORE ram memory, than it is to have faster ram memory.

The first memory area for the Processor is the Cache.
(L1, and L2. Newer processors? L3)

This is a small memory area for the Processor.
Operates at same frequency rate ('Speed') as the Processor does.
Therefore it is the first memory area the Processor accesses.

Next in line is the Ram Memory.
Ram Memory typically operates at HALF, of the Processor's FSB.
(Front Side Bus)

Do not have enough ram memory? Then a small memory area is created on the harddrive. VIRTUAL memory.

Virtual memory is typically 1-1/2 times the ram memory.

More ram memory, faster computer.

Next memory area is the harddrive.
IDE (PATA) and SATA harddrives are mechanical.

As such they are way slow, in comparison to the frequency rate ('Speed'), that ram memory operates at, much less the Processor's cache.

SSD harddrive? Still doesn't operate as fast.

Want to speed your computer up even more?
Delete anything off of your harddrive, that you are not using.
(NOTHING Windows, though)

Programs, and applications.
Copy off personal documents.
Personal documents being photos, videos, music, and personal documents you have created, or downloaded.

The more stuff on a harddrive, the slower the computer.
Hit 50 percent full? You start to notice.
Hit 70 percent full? You REALLY start noticing now.

Also use a registry cleaner. (I use CCleaner. It's FREE, and works as well as paid for versions, plus better than some)

Cookies, and fragmented files take up room also.
Delete a program, photo, video, music, whatever; and bits of fragmented files are left over.

The more room on a harddrive, the faster the computer.
Remember back when the computer was new?

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

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Mar 25, 2013 | Toshiba Satellite Computers & Internet

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I have a laptop of compaq brand whose modle no is presario C700 in which intel celeron microprocessor is installed. 512 MB ram is installed i want to update it 4 improving its speed. i want to setup a...


I found the manual on the net that gives you instructions on replacing components if you're not sure how, it can be found here.

RAM upgrade
The Compaq Presario C700 uses DDR2 Laptop RAM as shown below.
slasher_x_11.jpg The motherboard of the Presario C700 has two RAM slots, one of them will be occupied by the 512MB RAM (running at 667MHz) module you have at present. This leaves one more that can accomodate a DDR2 667Mhz card of up to 1GB or you could get two 1GB DDR2 800MHz (the faster DDR2) cards and remove the 512 leaving you with a wopping 4GB of memory, that'll definately speed it up. Just remember the Presario C700 can only have up to 2GB of RAM so don't go higher than that or Windows will not boot for some reason.

Processor upgrade
The Presario C700 supports any Socket P, Core 2 Duo or Pentiun Dual Core chips. The fastest processor you can get is the Intel T8300 2.4GHz Core 2 Duo Processor with 3MB L2 cache and an 800MHz FSB

For a full list of compatible processors go to page 9 of the user manual found here.


Jan 11, 2011 | HP Computers & Internet

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I have laptop lenovo N500 model 4233-65G. currently it have core2duo T6400. i want to upgrade processor. please tell me suitable options. i had heard that most of the laptops dont support this replacement.


The processor you have is already pretty zippy, so why worry about changing it? It usually doesn't pay to upgrade a processor anyway. The laptop was designed to use the processor in it, and trying to use something else may lead to power problems, overheating and shorter battery life.

If you are trying to improve your laptop's performance, you would be better off adding extra RAM to the capacity of the computer. Make sure Windows is free of unnecessary startup applications, and scan your computer for viruses or other malware. Also check for updated drivers for computer. Often there are later versions that may help.

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Feb 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How i will update my laptop aspier one


if you want to improve only your speed then improve your ram.or if you want to change your processor then contact with service center .

Jan 07, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Processor upgrade


You have a P4 Processor.... a 3.0 was the fastest. I would not upgrade the processor. You can however upgrade the Motherboard if you can do it yourself. That will take you to a SATA Hard Drive system and allow you to afford some faster RAM and Cheeper RAM.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813138079

Another option: get 1 gig of ram, new Hard Drive and Win7. Speed improvement will be double.

Dec 27, 2009 | Gateway 835GM (835GH) PC Desktop

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Hi. compaq 6510b is running too slow. memmory is ok, hdd ok, what is next ? Thanks


press ctrl+alt+del to see what processes are running...
stop any you dont need...goto mem settings and set virtual ram to at least twice that of physical ram.defrag hd ...
this will improve speed.

Jan 29, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My computer is to slow


you did not specify what is the speed of your processor, and the memory of your ram. anyway if you computer has a ram memory of 512mb you need to install an additional ram and try to maximize. if the maximum ram memory is 2gigabytes do this to improve the performance of your pc

Jul 30, 2008 | Compaq Computers & Internet

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Processor


hi, from your reference i could get the info that your pc is running with the mainboard similar to FIC - am37,and with that the below mentioned processors are supported. Recommended Speeds: AMD Athlon? XP 2600+ (266 FSB) AMD Athlon? XP 2400+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache AMD Athlon? XP 2400+ (266 FSB) AMD Athlon? XP 2200+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache AMD Athlon? XP 2200+ (266 FSB) AMD Athlon? XP 2100+ (266 FSB) Model 8 AMD Athlon? XP 2100+ (266 FSB) Model 6 AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 8 AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 6 AMD Athlon? XP 2000+ (266 FSB) Model 10 w/ 256K Cache all the best.. sreejith

Jul 16, 2007 | Compaq Athlon XP 2000+ , 1.67 GHz...

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