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My Lenovo 20KT48AUS motherboard(pinless) has 1 socket pin bent and at that very place my intel p4 processor has got a dark spot (instead of golden) which was not there few days back, my computer sometimes shuts off suddenly and that's unpredictable, want to know the cause and solution of the problem? If any pin is missing, will it affect the performance?
The computer tends to shut down when the procssor ovrheats and if u removed the processor or the heatsync for that matter you have to remove old termo pate and replace it with new termo paste otherwise your brossesor will burn out
Posted on May 17, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Uppgrade to a faster processor?
Pentuim D is a processor that has 2 x cpu in one and a core 2 duo has 2 cpu's plus 1 smart core bigger cache
you can only upgrade to a E2140 or E2180 processor on that motherboard
OR replace the board with a newer type
If you want to work the actual speed for the processor of a dual core take the speed for example dual core 1.8 x 2.1 =3.78 GHz
Core 2 Duo 1.8 x 2.4 = 4.32 GHz
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
SOURCE: Uppgrade of processor!
looks like that mobo can only suppoport up to 53 mhz front side bus for a celeron d processor
wht tht means is tht u can get any cpu tht has the front side bus up to 533mhz with the 775 socket forur motherboard
and forpentium 4 its 800mhz and agian any cpu with up to 800 mhz front side bus and 775
so ur best cpu for tht mobo would be the SL7RR it supports hyperthreading
here a direct link to intel'ssite
pls rate my answer if i helped u
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
A pinless (Pentium 4) processor has no pins.
Just a flat bottom with around an extra 297 connections to the motherboard.
You cannot fit one to a pinned socket.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
While both processors operate at a Frequency Rate of 3.8GHz, (3800MHz), and have a FSB of 800MHz,
the SL8PY uses the R0 stepping, (R-Zero), and the SL7Z3 uses the N0 stepping. (N-Zero)
[FSB = Front Side Bus]
Apparently the Northbridge of the motherboard chipset, won't support the R0 stepping.
[Northbridge for Intel is called the MCH, or IMC.
Memory Controller Hub, and Integrated Memory Controller, respectively]
The 'Motherboard Chipset' is the Northbridge/Southbridge chipset.
'Chipset' is a slang term for IC. Integrated Circuit.
Stepping is a design change to the same model of processor. There may be a few stepping changes, or many. (A0, B0, C0, Do, A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, and so on) Just depends on what the engineers come up with, before the next model comes out.
Yes, I also checked Intel Support for the Intel D915PGN motherboard, and supported processors. I did not see a BIOS update for using a SL8PY processor either, in the Downloads section.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
You are worrying about nothing.
Intel Pentium Dual Core and Intel Celeron Dual Core are both Intel Core Dual processors.
The performance rate is mesured compared to a single core processor so your 2.2GHz dual core will do the same amount of work as a 4.95GHz single core.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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