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Dell inspiron b130 1.5ghz celeron m 400fsb, what are cpu upgrade options (celeron & pentium) and is 533fsb an option on this mainboard?

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Go to the dell site. you can go to the upgrades page and enter your service tag or let dell scan your computer. It will give you a list of upgrade options.

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Church got donated Dell Inspiron B130. Can the B130 Celeron 1.5 processor be upgraded?


You can upgrade the CPU from a celeron into a Pentium which will speeds things up for sure.

Pentium M 740 1.73ghz is the one you need. Ebay all the way. Upgrade should only cost you $10 so it's definitely worth it.

Here's a tutorial on how to swap it out. There is another page missing but basically it says to just get a flat screwdriver and turn the cpu lock open.

You should also max the memory out.

Two 1gb sticks of:
DDR2 SDRAM Memory Speed: 800 MHz ( PC2-6400 ) Data Integrity Check: Non-ECC
For a total of 2 gigs.

Hope this info helps! Please don't forget to rate or write me back if you have any more questions.

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Dec 12, 2010 | Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook

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Whats the processor support of this board


Pentium® 4 processors & Intel® Celeron® processors in 478-pin package.

it will support the following in the 478 pin package

P4 1.4ghz 400fsb speed to
P4 3.06ghz 533fsb speed

Celeron 1.7ghz 400fsb speed to
Celeron 2.8ghz 400fsb speed

Nov 23, 2010 | Intel 845GEBV2 Motherboard

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Can i install centrino deu processor to dell inspiron 700m ?


Yes, you should be able to upgrade the CPU. The 700m uses a Pentium M CPU running at a 400MHz FSB (or Celeron M at 400MHz FSB). It is compatible with both the old 'Banias' based chip (1MB L2 cache, up to a maximum 1.7GHz) as well as the 'Dothan' based chip (2MB L2 cache, up to a maximum 2.1GHz). All new orders ship with the newer and superior Dothan based chips now (unless the Celeron is chosen), and I suggest you stick to that path when upgrading... the only advantage of the Banias based chips are lower power consumption at the low speedstep setting coming at the cost of some performance. Since these are intended to be portable semi-desktop replacements the more powerful Dothans are preferred.

Don't forget some Thermal paste when installing a new CPU or you may encounter some heat issues which can cause serious damage.

Sep 03, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 700M Notebook

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How can I upgrade/improve the capabilities of my Inspiron 1200


The best and quickest improvement is to add more RAM. Add another 512 Mb of RAM. If you already have a 512 Mb of RAM module then add another 512 Mb RAM module. If your laptop has 2X256 Mb RAM modules then you need to remove these and insert 2X512 Mb RAM modules.
The reason why you have 504 Mb RAM is that the video card has grabbed 8Mb of RAM off the main memory.

May 21, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1200 Notebook

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I want to upgrade my inspiron 1100 processor


To be honest, the Inspiron 1100 is probably not worth the effort and cost to upgrade
The fast is proc is a 2.4 GHz Pentium 4 CPU, max ram 1GB of RAM,
You can find several dell portables below $500
http://www.dell.com/us/en/business/notebooks/vostronb/ct.aspx?refid=vostronb&s=bsd&cs=04
http://www.dell.com/us/en/home/laptops_great_deals/fs.aspx?refid=laptops_great_deals&s=dhs&cs=19

Jan 30, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 1100 Notebook

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Toshiba Satellite M45-S169 CPU Upgrade


the chipset will support pentium M processors and some pentium 4 notebook processors. the bios should recognize the processor's new speed and should be able to support a 533mhz fsb. as long as your celeron is not soldered to the socket, you should be fine with the upgrade.

Dec 24, 2008 | Toshiba Satellite M45-S169 Notebook

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Upgraded cpu- wont boot


Teresa, if you changed the front side bus to 533, your memory must have the same clock speed. Memory clock speeds are what is known as "backwards compatible" but not forwards. This means that you could put a piece of memory of a clock speed of 400mhz into a system that runs at 333mhz and it will "downclock" the memory, but you could not put a piece of 333mhz memory in a 400mhz fsb pc and expect it to run. one of two things will happen, the system will not boot at all or the syetm will downclock the processor to a slower speed. In your case your cpu must be 533mhz clock speed with pc4200/533mhz memory to function correctly.
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Dec 13, 2008 | Shuttle AV49VN Motherboard

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P4 2.66GHz 533FSB Problem on Gigabyte GA-8ID533


well if the board support till 400FSb then the 533FSb CPU will not work with the board did you check the website and he board manual that says it support upto 533 bus?

Nov 08, 2008 | Gigabyte GA-8ID533 Motherboard

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Processor upgrade


Hi ryonsdad,

I checked out the Latitude D610 laptop, and you'll be glad to know that you have the following processor upgrade options:

1.) Pentium M 780 Processor - 2.26 GHz, 2MB, 780, Pentium-M Dothan, 533FSB (fastest upgrade)
2.) Pentium M 770 Processor - 2.13 GHz, 2MB, 770, Pentium-M Dothan, 533FSB
3.) Pentium M 760 Processor - 2.0 GHz, 2MB, 760, Pentium-M Dothan, 533FSB
4.) Pentium M 750 Processor - 1.86 GHz, 2MB, 750, Pentium-M Dothan, 533FSB
5.) Pentium M 740 Processor - 1.73 GHz, 2MB, 740, Pentium-M Dothan, 533FSB (slowest upgrade)

You can buy these processors from Dell Spareparts or otherwise from a 3rd party store.

Hope this helps!

Peace! :)

Oct 20, 2008 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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Dell Dimension 8200 Processor


hi, i also hav a dimensions 8200 which i recently uprgaded to a 2.8gh, but i discovered there were two versions of this system one which supports a 400FSB and the other 533FSB, these can determine the speed of ur cpu. Like you, I havent been able to unlock my clock speeds in the bios but i think you should be able to get more from ur new cpu by updating ur bios version to A09. check the dell site for more info on how to do this.

Apr 25, 2008 | Dell Dimension 8200 PC Desktop

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