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Cpu upgrade Hal, Can I use a E6750 or E6850 instead of E6700 on my DG965RY board

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Does it fit?

put it in.

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Intel E6750 compatible?


Motherboard supports the following processor upgrades:
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Sir,i have intel motherboard d945gcz.i want to know that it actually support core 2 duo processor..?


this motherboard have processor socket LGA 775, so it can use for pentium 4, dual core and some core 2 duo. this is short list of core 2 duo that have socket LGA 775 specification: Core 2 Duo E4300, E4400, E4500, E4600, E4700, E6300, E6320, E6400, E6420, E6540, E6550, E6600, E6700, E6750, E6850, ..... (there is a lot of list that i can type in here, even there is Core 2 Quad that be use on this socket) ------> more detail visit this wikipedia website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Core_2_microprocessors
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I have a DG965RY mother board can i install a 1.6 daul core on that board and download windows7 and will it work


Yes, you can install a Pentium dual core processor on this mother board. Below is a complete list of the compatible processors for this motherboard:
http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-Intel/DG965RY.html
Windows 7 will also work with this motherboard. Just make sure that you install a minimum of 2GB RAM for you to take full advantage of Windows 7's Aero feature.

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What processors does a dell owg855 motherboard support


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It was produced before the 45nm processors so it may or may not support those.

It will support the Core2Duo, Core2Quad, and Core2Extreame.

Examples of the mainstream processors shipped with the board are the E6600, E6750, E6850.

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I'm planning to upgrade my desktop and i want to start upgrading from cpu. My current motherboard is Asus P5S-MX SE and cpu is Intel Pentium Dual Core Processor E2160, 1.8Ghz. Can you give me a list of...


Oh boy, you're in the same boat i'm in with my dad's HP asus based OEM board. You're max choice in a regular core 2 duo is the E6700 @ 2.66ghz with a 1066 FSB (Front side bus). Reason being is likely identical to my situation. The board likely only supports a "conroe" core. It can't handle the "WOLFDALE", otherwise they would list higher ghz for an E6700. The E6700 is also available as a 3.2ghz with 1066mhz FSB, but its based on 45nm process, which requires different power regulation from the board. if you were to put in the wrong chip, you get nada. Not even POST errors from what i've read where others have tried and failed.
Unfortunately, E6700 @ 2.66ghz are a little rare, but they are on ebay for about 80-100 bucks, and various other places. Search for "E6700", but be careful to avoid the 3.2ghz's.
The only other choice for max is the Core 2 Extreme X6800 @ 2.93 ghz. This processor looks like its about double the cost to the E6700 though. That's a lot of extra money to get only .27 gain in ghz though, IMO, though there could be other reasons to go extreme, like availability. There might be more of them! The same logic applies here. Stay with the 65nm process, and 1066 FSB.

Here is the tech spec page for your board. Its shows all the supported processors: http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=fLSzpcTDJYT0rgS6&content=specifications
You might want to choose carefully on whether to upgrade this board's CPU. Might be time to scrap the whole board and get something with more FSB capabilities.
Good luck!

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What is the fastest cpu chip you can put in the mother board


Your motherboard supports the following processor upgrades:
  • Intel Core 2 Quad (Y) Q9xxxx
  • Intel Core 2 Duo (W) E8xxx
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  • Core 2 Duo E6x00 (C) up to E6700
  • Core 2 Duo E4x00 (C) up to E4400

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Like to upgrade I have DG 965 RY LGA 775 Socket


Hi, your motherboard supports several different kinds of processors. You have a choice of two for the fastest performance. You could go with an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor #E6700 that runs at 2.66 Ghz with a front side bus of 1066 Mhz and 4 Mb L2 cache, or you could go with an Intel Single Core Processor #670 that runs at 3.80 Ghz with an 800 Mhz front side bus and 2Mb L2 cache. The Core 2 would outperform the Single Core, but it is more expensive. Hope this helps! Hal

Jun 03, 2009 | Intel DG965RY Motherboard

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1333 FSB processor ( E6850 ) on a 1066 FSB motherboard, DDR2 667 memory


Hi proenza. you're making good sence! You're D945GCL MB should be able to run 1066 FSB. Not 100% sure you're memory will keep FSB up to 1066.
Here's the trouble though. The Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 will not run on the Intel D945GCL motherboard because it is not supported. Look here at Intel's web site. Supported CPU's.
http://processormatch.intel.com/CompDB/SearchResult.aspx?Boardname=d945gcl

Intel E6850 specs sheet. http://www.dealtime.com/xPF-Intel-Intel-Core-2-Duo-E6850-Processor-3-0GHz-4MB-Cache-1333MHz-FSB-Conroe-Dual-Core-OEM-Socket-77

Intel E6700 spec sheet. http://www.dealtime.com/xPF-Intel-Core-2-Duo-E6700-2-67Ghz

This CPU is supported by the D945GCL MB.
http://processormatch.intel.com/CompDB/SearchResult.aspx?Boardname=d945gcl

Intel Core 2 Duo E4700 Processor BX80557E4700 - 2.60GHz.
$149.99
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3826343&CatId=2396

In order to get 1066MHz (CPU can run at), you'll also need the memory support at 800MHz. The D945GCL MB can only run DDR2-667MHz.
Many people buy a CPU to run MB's specs (1333MHz) just to find the same MB does not support DDR2-1066MHz or DDR2-800MHz. Motherboard Mfg's are lagging. DDR3-1333MHz is out there now to support the 1333 MHz CPU FSB.
http://www.lagoom.com/KINGSTON_1G_DDR3_1333MHZ_PC3-10667/KVR1333D3N9_1G/partinfo-id-580235.html

I hope this has helped you make a decision proenza.

Good Luck!

Mike

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