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Processor my processor pin has broked....what do i do

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Dont worry....most chances are that it would work even if you place it in your mother board...

for more optimum results place the broken pin into the empty slot by counting where the pin will be placed

it would work for sure

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What is the difference between a pin less and pin processor?


A pin processor have the pins at its bottom which merges in to the motherboard!
A pinless processor has no pins.pinless processor has a flat bottom with around an extra 297 connections to the motherboard. You cant fit one to a pinned socket. vote me if it is helpful

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How to recognise a pin and pi nnless processor


A pin Processor has metal pins on the bottom of it.

For an example let's use an Intel Pentium 4 processor, that fit in a Socket 478 processor socket.

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium_4/TYPE-Desktop%20Pentium%204%20Willamette.html

Viewing the link above, observe the green square under the grayish metallic looking square.
The green square is a circuit board.
(Width and length, about the length of your first digit on your thumb)

The grayish metallic square, is a metal shell cover over a Chipset.
Chip and Chipset are slang terms for I.C.
Integrated Circuit,

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

The Integrated Circuit here is the Processor.
The Processor is connected to the green circuit board. (PCB. Printed Circuit Board)

On the bottom of the green circuit board are contact pins. In this case 478 of them. (478 pins)

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium_4/Intel-Pentium%204%201.7%20GHz%20-%20RK80531PC029G0K%20%28BX80531NK170G%29.html

The tiny metal contact pins fit down into matching socket holes, in the processor socket.

A Socket 478 processor socket,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_478

(You can click on the photo to the upper right to enlarge it.

The next design to come out, has the Processor with contact pads, (Pinless), and the processor socket has the contact pins.
An LGA 775 processor socket,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_775


Example of a Pentium Dual Core's bottom side. (LGA 775 processor socket is used),

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium_Dual-Core/Intel-Pentium%20Dual-Core%20E2220%20HH80557PG0561M%20%28BX80557E2220%20-%20BXC80557E2220%29.html


There you have it.

A 'Pin' processor has metal contact pins on the bottom.

A 'Pinless' processor has metal contact pads.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Will a turion 64x2 processor from a av7170 interchange with a sempron processor in a 7115-eh1?


Hi,

Processor Type 754-pin (uPGA); 638-pin (uPGA)*


Support Processor


AMD Turion64 X2 Dual Core

Processor,

AMD Turion64 Processor

(25/35W series),

Mobile AMD
Sempron™ (25W series)

Those are the ones that your laptop supports

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Right i need the size or model for the cooling fan that all intelboard mode E210882


The Heatsink/Fan combo is based on the processor socket used.

After a few search hits, I have seen E210882 on Intel based motherboards, that use two different processor sockets.
The Socket 478, and the LGA 775 processor socket.

The socket for the Socket 478 has the pin holes. The Processor has the pins. (478 of them)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_478

The socket for the LGA 775 processor socket has the pins. The Processor has the pin holes. (775 of them)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_775

Identify which processor socket you have, buy accordingly as to the Heatsink/Fan combo.

One example of a Heatsink/Fan combo for an Socket 478 processor socket,
(Only Intel uses the Socket 478 for their Processors),

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=578161&CatId=795

One example of a Heatsink/Fan combo for an LGA 775 processor socket,
(Only Intel uses the LGA 775 socket for their Processors),

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3302824&CatId=1588

Remember to observe Anti-Static Precautions, Thoroughly clean the top of the Processor's case, and aplly fresh new thermal paste.
(A Processor is the most susceptible hardware component to Static shock)

[ Example of thermal paste,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=3071621&CatId=503 ]

If you would like advice on how to properly clean the processor's case, properly apply thermal paste, and/or what Anti-Static Precautions are, post in a Comment.

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Number of pin in mother board number of teeth in mother board number of transitor


This sounds like a Processor question. Perhaps delving with how many pins are in the processor socket, on the motherboard.

Also how many transistors are in the processor.

There are presently two styles of mating up a processor in a processor socket.

1.The processor has the pins, and the processor socket on the motherboard has the holes, (Socket holes)

2.The processor socket has the pins, while the processor has the socket holes.

Your question looks like it deals with the style whereby the processor socket on the motherboard, has the pins.
Here is information about the various processor sockets, and also slots, plus information about the various processors.

Processor Sockets and Slots
A.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CPU_socket

In the ->List of Sockets and Slots chart, in the column on the left side, you will see Socket's named, as well as Slots. These are in blue. If you click on them you will be taken to a page that has more information on it.

Processors, (Microprocessors)
B.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_microprocessors

Again, you click on anything you see listed in blue, and it is a link that takes you to more information.

As you click on a link that has general information, you will also see other links in blue on the page, plus links at the bottom of the page. These will take you to more specific information about the processor you're looking at. There you will see,
1.How many transistors it has
2.What the Front Side Bus is. (Frequency Rate)
3.What Frequency Rate the processor operates at. (Slang is Speed)
4.What size the cache is in MB. (L2 cache. The L1 cache may be listed, as well as the L3 for the newer processors)
5.What the Voltage range is.
6.How many Amps the processor could use while operating at full capacity.

Plus a lot of other info.






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How to recognizea pinless or pinned processor


A pinless (Pentium 4) processor has no pins.
Just a flat bottom with around an extra 297 connections to the motherboard.
You cannot fit one to a pinned socket.
Hope this helps


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