Question about Syntax S845D1 (SYS845D1) Motherboard

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I would like to upgrade my processor for my motherboard is a Syntax S845D1 does anybody know the number..or should I Upgrade the bios?

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  • Dreamier Feb 23, 2008

    My processor is a mpga478 accommodates Intel Pentium 478-pins CPU

  • Dreamier Feb 23, 2008

    Do you know the number and thanks.



    Martin

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Can you tell me an Speed or an Update?

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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    micromaster Feb 23, 2008

    you can upgrade your processor upto p4 3.0ghz and upgrade also your RAM upto 512mb better.

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Cpu upgrade


A) http://www.fixya.com/support/t18040647-cpu_upgrade

B) http://www.fixya.com/support/t18040647-cpu_upgrade

(Last time I looked, this was the world's largest product support website, and there ARE technicians from AROUND the world; on here!!!!!!!! Do we count as an 'IT techie'? ........Lol!)

In all three of your posts, not once has the laptop manufacturer name, and model number been stated.

Processor (CPU) support depends on;

A) What processor socket is on the motherboard?

B) What motherboard chipset does the motherboard use?

C) What is the processor that is installed now?

With these parameters known, THEN you can think about CPU (Processor) upgrade.

1) CPU (Processor) has to FIT, the processor socket being used.
THIS, is also IF the motherboard HAS a processor socket; and is NOT soldered directly to the motherboard.

2) The motherboard chipset supports the Processor (CPU)
It has to be known if the motherboard chipset will support, the CPU (Processor) that you want to upgrade to.

For older computers the motherboard chipset consists of;
A) Northbridge chip
2) Southbridge chip

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

With this technology the Northbridge chip, of the motherboard chipset; is what determines Processor (CPU) support.
Newer technology, such as used per se by the Intel Core i processors, does NOT use a Northbridge chip.

3) Looking at the existing Processor now, you can determine;

A) Voltage Range: What voltage range does the exisiting Processor use now?
Does the upgrade Processor also fall within this Voltage Range?

B) Core technology, and architecture:
Example:
Existing Processor uses the Conroe Core technology, and the 90nm architecture. (NanoMeter)
Does the upgrade Processor also use the same Core technology, and architecture?

If not is there a BIOS upgrade available?
(The motherboard chipset also comes into play again, here)

Enough of this generic prattle.........
Post the laptop manufacturer name, and model number.
Then I, or someone else can give you the facts; and not generic information.

Post back in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/535

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northbridge_%28computing%29

May 05, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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You can upgrade processor?


Maybe you can upgrade the processor. For example, the U50Vg laptops come with one of the Core 2 Duo T9550/T9400/P8700/P8600/P7350/T6600/T6500/T6400/T5900/T5850 (2.66 GHz - 2.16 GHz) or the Pentium M T4200 (2.0 GHz) CPUs. The motherboard might support one of the other chips in the above list. (Probably not all - I know that some motherboards only accept a small number of closely related CPUs even with the same socket design.)

So the upgrade options would depend on which ASUS motherboard is actually in your computer. If you know the motherboard model number, add a comment and I'll check which CPUs it supports. However, to access the motherboard, you need to disassemble the entire computer (including removing several small ribbon cables from the keyboard, touch pad and display). The effort may not be worth the performance difference.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(there is a web site showing the steps to disassemble the U50V; you can find it through Google.)

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You did an awful lot of work to write this question. If you will go back to the HP site, you can find full specifications for your computer and what upgrade paths are available, straight from the horses mouth, so to say. If a upgrade path is listed or indicated, you can follow it. If there is no path, you can't follow it. Simple.

While there may be some processor upgradability, my advice is keep it stock. You have the stock parts - they are suppose to work together. The best and cheapest upgrade I will recommend is put in as much memory as your computer will take and you can afford. If you start changing stuff, you will have heat issues (which may be how you got to this place to start with.)

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http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock423/850/
p4t-m/p4tm-100.pdf

The manual doesn't really say what cpu speeds the board supports.
1.4 ghz was about the fastest processor speed when the board came out. My guess is that a 2.0 ghz cpu may not work.
It would be a slight improvement over the 1.4 ghz cpu, but not a huge difference.

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it is a matter of socket..your processor is normal AMD XP 2500 ++ which fit in the socket of the board..that socket is quite'old'///It is called socket A.in this socket you cant put a new athlon 64 proccesor...it will never fit..the 64 athlon has slots like 754 or 939.....and now 940...well...for the processor you need to change the board...and for the video board...you should change it too..the pcie is a special slot...the pcie express video card will never fit in the agp slot:)
oh...the performance is much higher...you really should do this upgrade..
here is  areview of your chipset
http://www.amdboard.com/qdi_k7s746fx.html

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