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I want my dual processor to work together on one application i.e Games IS it possible or not??? If Yes then tell me how??

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The game itself should do that automatically. It's something in the engine.
If not, I don't think it's possible to manually change that, I'm sorry.

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Manufacturer: Hewlett-packard Model: HE pavilion g6 notebook PC Rating: 4.0 windows experience index Processor: AMD Atholn (tm) p360 dual core processor 2.30 GHz Installed memory (RAM): 3.00 gb


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Yes. Any Intel Pentium 4 processor will fit fine. That said A P4 processor is fast, but the Pentium D is much faster. The D stands for Dual Core. This means that they have two on die processor cores instead of just one, as the Pentium 4 does. Two processors also makes it better for "demanding" applications.

The Pentium D is better if you have a motherboard that will utilize the technology. As stated the Pentium D is Duel core. This is Intel's way of creating the closest environment of a true duel processor. The HT is for Hyper-Threading which acts like a zipper and allows several applications to process at the same time. The Pentium D will really make a difference when used with the new 64 bit operating system.

However, HT (Hyper-threading) P4, does have emulated Dual Core processing. In short, the processor makes the computer think its runing a dual core. The Pentium 4 also has a couple different levels, so if you are trying to make a comparison, make sure that you look carefully.

Although neither can match the power of an Athalon or an AMD x2 processor. If you are buying, get something with 64 bit processing. WAY faster and better for games and high graphic systems.

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Is it possible to upgrade the mother board in this computer?


Dell Cases are very often only for Dell boards--connectors not standard--It can be done,but a lot of trouble. If you want to really speed up look for good complete kit from tigerdirect.com--and put it together--Will work A LOT better than what you can buy at stores.

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I cannot play games because it shows that my video memory is less


Yes I see that your computer is not powerful enough to play games currently. This can be achieved by installing a Graphics card. A PCI-E graphics card should do the trick. If you want to play simple games then you could go for a small graphics card. However if you want to play the latest games then you will need a very large graphics card and a new processor. Maybe a Core2Duo and an ENGT240 for example.

Visit a computer store and have a look around. Talk to them about upgrading your computer.

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Hello can someone tell me if this processor is compatible with this motherboard? P45AL foxconn and processor PENTIUM D 945 SL9QB SL9QQ 3.4 GHz 4M LGA775 Dual Core also if this is not compatible do you...


Hi,

Yes the board has an LGA775 Socket, which means the processor will suit the board you have.

If you are after cheap processors, ebay is great for used cheap processors.

Let me know if you need further help.

Cheers,

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Ok so i want to put a dual-core processor in to my compaq presario sr1620nx 2005... but i dont know if this is possible.... anyone knows if i can or cannot. i need a 2.5 ghz to play SC2 so im desperate...


The specs for the motherboard used in this computer are here. It's a socket 939 board, which is outdated now and there aren't a lot of processors available. Here's one, but it doesn't get the 2.5 GHz speed you want. So the answer is yes, you can install a dual-core processor, but you probably shouldn't.

You would be better off to replace both the motherboard and processor together so you can pick from current processors. Here is a typical combo offer with a 3.0 GHz dual-core that is only about $20 more than the processor linked to above.

The downside to upgrading this way is that you normally can't stop with just the motherboard and processor. Your current memory won't fit on the new board, so that'll need to be replaced. Then you'll need to replace the power supply as well. The supplies used in machines like this Presario don't offer the capacity the new board and processor need for stable operation. And finally, if you're an avid gamer, the built-in video is usually inadequate. You'll be looking at a new video card too.

At least the case and peripherals would still be useable, so you can put all your new parts into your current box. Unless you want something flashier to go with all the new innards. You'll also need to reinstall Windows, since the current installation probably won't run on the new system. A fresh installation would be the fastest way to get up and running. This means hunting up a Windows CD for the version currently running; at least you can reuse your product key, although you'll almost certainly wind up activating Windows over the phone. (My experience has been that when using the OEM key with such a new system, the Internet activation usually fails. The automated phone system asks you how many computers you're running this copy on, so you can just answer "one", which is the truth.)

Maybe not what you wanted to hear, but this is the way to get a machine that will do what you are looking for. Thanks for using Fixya!

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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.

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increse your RAM to a heigher one.it is necessary to load large graphics.or insert a graphics card

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That's true, I have a dual 1 GhZ SGI 320 and it can only go as far as Windows 2000 Professional and with an Orange Link adapter card can you get the the USB Fire Wire to work as intended. There are a few sites out there where SGI users can still exchange info. I upgraded the machine from a Dual 500 mhz processors and followed several sites walk throughs on the updates & software update. Keep in mind this machine can only run 1GB of ram which is specific to SGI and hard to find, and if you are still willing to pursue the dual processor upgrade they have to be matched and a specific voltage regulator has to be used for the higher speed processors. Will the sytem boot up and run now? If it does and you are not inclined to do all of the other upgrades it makes a good server w/ WIN2K. What did you pay for it? I noticed there are some mentions about finding them on ebay still. Problem is the sellar isn't going to tell you about the limited upgrade path that these once powerful machines have. A lot of scrapped or cannibalized 320 & 540's are out there. If you run older cad or visualization 3d programs it works great, games forget it esp. the newer ones that require the latest directX. If your machine came with a separate sound card with midi interface that works great with legacy sound editing programs but becomes inoperative with the WIN2K upgrade. When I say older and legacy, like around 1999 to 2003 programs. You have what's considered a hotrod of it's time, but it's easily overshadowed with the newer dual, quad-core, xeon machines. For reference sake when the 320 shipped to customers back in 1999 configured with dual 500 mhz processors 500mb ram, soundcard & speakers and a 21" sony CRT monitor it was just under $9K - that was and is still a lot of money. But it ran the programs fast esp. ones written with dual processor support like Photoshop and Accurender...Dell, IBM and HP all had and still have "workstation class" machines. SGI just doesn't do Windows based machines, and it looks like they are in deeper financial trouble now. 9d5e209.jpg

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Are you sure the ram is compatible with the mobo? Try taking all but one stick of RAM out and see if it still does it.

The long beeps tend to point to a RAM problem, or it's possible it can't "find" a hard drive.

Some motherboards support dual channel (you'll see different color slots), and some don't. If you try to put the sticks in dual channel configuration, and the cpu or the motherboard doesn't support dual channel, you may experience this.

If you have different color slots, put one stick in one color slot, and another stick in the other color, or vice versa.

The manual "should" tell you the proper configuration for this, and may even tell you what the beeps stand for.

If you can post the make / model of all the components, I can do the "dirty work" for you and see it if should all work together.

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