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My processor's clock speed is 2.53ghz, when i boot up my computer's processor actually runs at a 2ghz clock speed intel ID utility detected it but after 10mins or so my processor's clock speed drops down to just 1ghz of clockspeed so i wanna know if there's anyway that i can fix this, by the way my processor is intel celeron d 2.53ghz, hope somebody can help me My PC Specs: Intel Celeron D 2.53Ghz 768MB DDR Ati Radeon 9250 Foxconn 661fx4-mr es Motherboard

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  • kristian7238 May 14, 2009

    so how can i maintain my cpu to run at about 2ghz of clock speed?

  • kristian7238 May 15, 2009

    my cpu doesn't increase it's clock speed when needed, i noticed when i boot up my pc it runs really smooth, i noticed it when i run a game but after about 10mins it becomes slow in an instant, i tried updating the BIOS but it didn't help at all, after that it only runs at 1ghz the whole time that i'm using my pc

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The reason for this is because you CPU needs to run only at 1Ghz at that particular moment. see the more programs you run, the more processing is needed. No if your computer is on Idle then the or have programs like word or excel running the processing is less. so the CPU automatically reduces the processing speed. this way the CPU is energy efficient. you have nothing to worry. this is a feature that Intel has added to the newer generation of CPU's

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    chinthaka Jayasinghe May 15, 2009

    See. when ever you run a program that requires the Processing power, the CPU will automatically increase it’s clock speed. You can how ever Overclock the CPU manually. But it’s just a waste. For example open several programs ( word, Email program, graphic software, even a game ) and then just press Ctrl+Tab & go to desk top & see the clock speed. I would have increased.

    A good example is like a car on a flat road. You don’t need much pressure on the gas pedal for the car to move. But if you are climbing a hill, then you have to press the gas pedal a bit more. Same way the CPU will increase the processing power automatically

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    chinthaka Jayasinghe May 15, 2009

    See. when ever you run a program that requires the Processing power, the CPU will automatically increase it’s clock speed. You can how ever Overclock the CPU manually. But it’s just a waste. For example open several programs ( word, Email program, graphic software, even a game ) and then just press Ctrl+Tab & go to desk top & see the clock speed. I would have increased.
    A good example is like a car on a flat road. You don’t need much pressure on the gas pedal for the car to move. But if you are climbing a hill, then you have to press the gas pedal a bit more. Same way the CPU will increase the processing power automatically

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If this holds true,

http://www.ehow.com/facts_7577204_specifications-dell-model-dhm-computer.html

,the Dell computer is a Dimension 8250.

If that holds true, then NO. The motherboard chipset does NOT support using a dual core processor, much less a quad-core.

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim8250/specs.htm

The motherboard chipset used for the technology of your Dell motherboard, utilizes a Northbridge chip, and a Southbridge chip.

Let's regress for a moment;

Chip and Chipset are slang terms for I.C.
Integrated Circuit,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_Circuit

If you would take the motherboard out of the computer case, and stand it up in the same direction/position it was in the case, on a table; the motherboard can be viewed as a Map.

The Processor is due North, the Ram Memory slots are due East, the white long PCI slots are due South; and the I/O ports are due West.

The Northbridge chip is always close to the CPU. (Processor)
This is one reason it is named the Northbridge chip.

The Southbridge chip lays down near the white long PCI slots.
Yes. Due South.

The Northbridge chip handles the Faster capabilities of a computer.
Processor, Ram Memory, and HIGH-speed graphics.

Therefore when you want to upgrade the Processor, not only take a look at what processor socket is used on the motherboard; but also see what the Northbridge chip is.

[There is more ]

HIGH-speed graphics being AGP, and PCI Express,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AGP

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express

a) Using a graphics card inserted into a white long PCI expansion slot, is NOT high-speed graphics.
b) Using Integrated Graphics is NOT high-speed graphics.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

The Southbridge chip handles the Slower capabilities of a computer.

1) Anything connected to the IDE bus. (IDE is also referred to as PATA)
2) Anything connected to the SATA bus.
3) Anything connected to the USB bus.
4) Anything connected to the Ethernet bus.
5) Audio (Sound)

An example of general location using this example,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:ASRock_K7VT4A_Pro_Mainboard_Labeled_English.svg

The motherboard example is clocked 90 degrees to the Left, plus a few more degrees (22?); than how it actually is positioned in a computer case.

As you can see with this example, the Northbridge chip has an aluminum finned Heatsink on it. They run hot, and need to be cooled.
The Southbridge chip in this example does not use a Heatsink.
Most newer motherboards do.

The motherboard chipset used on the Dimension 8250 motherboard, is an Intel 850E.

One of the first Intel chipsets to start supporting Intel Pentium 4 processors.
Age, my man. This baby is O-L-D.

Dual core processors weren't even heard of then. They hadn't come out.
Much less quad-core processors.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_intel_chipsets#Pentium_4_chipsets

Fourth listing down in the Chipset column. 850E

Northbridge is Intel 82850E
Southbridge is Intel ICH2. Part number is Intel 82801BA

-> RDRAM?
Just spotted this.

Should mean you are running an Intel Celeron, or Intel Pentium 4, that use a Socket 423.

Seriously? RDRAM?
That ram memory technology has been left way behind.
Rambus DRAM. (Dynamic Random Access Memory)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RDRAM

Plus the price of Ram Memory is out-freaking-rageous!
For the price of 1GB of RDRAM, you could buy 4GB of Sdram
DDR, DDR2, or DDR3.

http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim8250/specs.htm

Advise get rid of that motherboard.

Processor? Nope. Can't reuse. Why? It's a Socket 423 Intel processor. They use RDRAM ram memory.
Intel made a deal back in the day, that they would manufacturer Intel processors utilizing a Socket 423, and RAMBUS ram memory,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_423

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_4_microprocessors#Willamette_.28180.C2.A0nm.29

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did you reset the bios first. ? (id pull the coin cell)
you did all that backwards , the steps are.
1: read the HP service guide see all processors supported.
its a short list. its not like changing light bulbs.
2: the BIOS must support that precessor too.
3: the upgrade if possible , SEE?

d530 SFF, is a small form factor desktop.
it came with
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my guess is you want the 3.3mHz version. ( a wasted effort and cash in my opinion the ,it is only fractionally faster, (go for 2 or 4 cores and win)
these old PC are mostly NOW scrapped, gone, nobody wants them.
for good reasons. (no support and no parts, and slow as slug)
worse is it runs XP the dead, now, virus magnet.
support at HP says.

HP COmpaq EVO Business D530

circa 2003, 14 years young?
some sold with Windows 2000. ! ouch and Mandrake 9.1 Linux - Light and OS/2...
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Intel 865G Chipset
800-MHz, 533-MHz or 400-MHz FSB (front side bus limits)
and the memory must match it. speed wise.

the parts surfer (HP ) shows it cam with 17 processor options.
sold newer, the full p/n in the service tag tells this.. not told by you.
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the fastest one is, (HP P/N#)

335813-001

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the hp support page is active.
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eg: BIOS 109
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getting the BIOS correct first is hard.. due to variances, in mobo

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-compaq-d530-small-form-factor-desktop-pc/316713
lession1:
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