Question about Intel Pentium E5700 Processor (DHBX80571E5700)
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Get the correct motherboard drivers from the motherboard maker's support website.
Posted on Dec 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
http://www.mercury-pc.com/p-mainboards-list.php hello, try this link to id the board, as you will see 5 945 mercury mainboards. if you pick the one you have, like 945gcm for example, you can find out the fsb, cpu, memory. if you still need help, reply please rate this solution and good luck!
Posted on May 01, 2009
The pentium d 915 is a dual core processor, albeit a bad one. You should check google for info on your motherboard to see if it supports Core 2 duo's/ Core 2 quads. I have an E6600 overclocked to 3.0ghz and it still plays games perfectly paired with my 8800gt 512mb and 4gb's ram. I definately recommend upgrading to a core 2 duo. I used to have a pentium d 915 and it was bad for gaming and the e6600 blows it out of the water. You most likely wont find the e6600 anywhere as it is nearly 3 years old. Look at sites such as toms hardware to find a good core 2 duo.
Good luck- an t-adh leat!
Posted on May 26, 2009
E2180 is not the motherboard ,it is processor model no. for getting motherboard drivers kindly tell me the motherboard manufacturers name or you may directly visit there site else i am providing you a link where you will find exact match to all of above
click on the link and enter the name of motheboard you will get what you are looking for
thanks and regards
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Posted on Oct 28, 2009
The following link will tell you the very simple way to overclock this processor. Half way down the page you will find the header "OVERCLOCKING"
"Since the architecture was designed for the 1066 MHz FSB, overclocking is as trivial as setting the FSB to 1066 MHz (266 MHz quad pumped).
...you instantly get a 2132 MHz CPU with little increase in temperature."
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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