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Is there an upgrade motherboard needed to get the i7 version of the 2344 (backlit keyboard) FRU current motherboard is 00hm319
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: MSI MS-6534
see this official cpu support for your board, you can go upto a 2.8ghz northwood P4 cpu http://global.msi.com.tw/index.php?func=prodcpusupport&prod_no=299&maincat_no=1#menu
Posted on May 15, 2007
SOURCE: CPU Upgrade
Athlon XP 3000+ is 400mhz FSB according to the link(http://www.amd.com/us-en/Processors/ProductInformation/0,,30_118_1274_3734^11672,00.html), means that in order to display the actual speed of your Athlon XP 3000+ you have to set your board 166mhz to 200mhz jumper setting or in CMOS utility overclocking option. and also just to inform you that your motherboard is in Overclocked condition when set, because it only supports processors up to 333mhz FSB (http://www.digital-daily.com/motherboard/soltek-sl75frv/)
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
SOURCE: upgrading AMD cpu
There's two versions of the 5200+, one rated at 89 watts, and the other rated at 65 watts. 89 watt version: ADA5200CSBOX or ADA5200IAA6CS, F2 stepping, 1.30V/1.35V 65 watt version: ADO5200CZBOX or ADO5200IAA6CZ, F3 stepping, 1.20V/1.25V Make sure it starts with ADO, not ADA. There's still a lot of the 89W version in the channel, and not many of the new one. NewEgg currently has the F2 (89W) stepping in-stock for $124, and the model you want will likely be priced similarly, when available. They currently have (in-stock) a 5000+ for $120, that is 65W. If you want it ASAP, go with the 5000+ (ADO5000DDBOX). I would recommend getting the retail-box version, which comes with a new heatsink/fan and warranty; this assures you that the heatsink/fan is an appropriate match for the CPU. Note, depending on what RAM you have installed, this may bottleneck the CPU. For full potential, make sure you're running DDR2 PC-5300 (667mhz) memory. You should be able to get a 2GB "dual-channel kit" (matched pair of 1GB sticks) for around $60-70. Definitely run at least 2GB total for Vista; unfortunately, your motherboard cannot go past 2GB. Similarly, you may want to get a new video card (PCI Express x16), but don't bother going all out here.. the system will never realize the full potential. I would target $100-150 for a video card.
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
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