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Speed of ram to buy

I need to upgrade my ram. the website for k7sem just says sdram. I do not know the speed it will handle. K7SEM 15-A01-013010 Rev 3.0A

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If its just sdram, then pc133 is the fastest speed as its single data ram or you can fit pc100 although these are both hard to come by and expensive. The max amount of memory you can use is 1GB See below

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I have a K7sem Rev:1.0 Socket 462 motherboard with 448 mb ram, and would like to increase if possible .

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Wiring diagram on a elitegroup k7sem

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I need a pinout diagram for the K7SEM rev 1.0 board for the front panel switches etc thanks carlo

hi just follow the link below and that will take you to the download site to get the manual for your motherboard in the manual it will tell you everything you need to know. Hope this is helpfull

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Upgrade k7sem motherboard

Yes, if the video-card is "PCI" or "AGP" (not "PCI-express").

If a motherboard has "built-in" video, enter BIOS SETUP, and either "disable" it, or set the "first" display-device to be add-in video-card.

Sep 17, 2009 | EliteGroup K7SEM Motherboard

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Upgrade video graphics

try getting new sticks of ram 2 512mb sticks should do or it could be the physical memory.

Apr 18, 2009 | EliteGroup K7SEM Motherboard

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What max speed processor i can use in my elitegroup k7sem motherb

Your manual says:

Accommodates AMD Athlon Duron, Athlon, and Athlon XP processors.

If you would like to see a fulll list, go to this site:

Hope this helps.

Dec 09, 2008 | EliteGroup K7SEM Motherboard

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Go to this page:

Pick motherboad in the first box in the upper left.
Then pick Socket 462 in the next box
Then pick K7SEM
Then the board's version (should be written on the board next to K7SEM or onscreen when you first boot)

You will be taken to this board's drivers page.

Jan 23, 2008 | EliteGroup K7SEM Motherboard

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Upgrading processor (K7SEM v3.0 Motherboard)

Unfortunately, you have not provided any details regarding current specs (PSU, type of SDRAM, etc.) to enable anyone to suggest a replacement motherboard. For freeform discussion, I would agree that FixYa is probably not the best medium, e.g. in discussing potential replacements. Rather, if you have a specific question which has a specific answer, then this site would be better suited to your needs. As to your original question, the best answer I can offer (personally) is that if your CPU is soldered to the board, you should complain to the vendor who sold it that way (that's crap), and replace the board with something suitable (provide more details). If there's a belief it may not be soldered, the heatsink is probably attached via thermal paste, and is going to be a PITA to remove. Sometimes it will pull off with some force, though on at least one occasion, the solder joints beneath the socket gave before the thermal paste did, causing the heatsink, CPU, and socket to all come off the motherboard.

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