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I have my amd duron 750mhz processor iwant to upgrade it

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  • mykel023 Apr 03, 2008

    the model number of my motherboard is ak33 thx for the help cant use most of my programs due to some requirements such as upgrading my processor thanks

  • mykel023 Apr 03, 2008

    thanks for the solution it could be a great help by the way is it safe for my motherboard?thank you very much

  • mykel023 Apr 09, 2008

    i bought a new motherboard with a processor socket number of PGA370 kindly help me ho to find a compatible processor thanks a lot God speed

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee May 11, 2010

    you need to post the make and model number of your motherboard.


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Here is the list of compatible processors for your motherboard:

AMD Athlon 650, 700, 750, 800, 850, 900, 950, 1.0G, 1.1G, 1.2G, 1.3G, 1.33G, 1.4G (Thunderbird)
AMD Athlon MP 1.0G, 1.2G, 1500+, 1600+, 1800+, 1900+, 2000+, 2100+ (Palomino)
AMD Athlon MP 2000+, 2200+, 2400+, 2600+ (Thoroughbred)
AMD Athlon MP 2800+ (Barton)
AMD Athlon XP 1500+, 1600+, 1700+, 1800+, 1900+, 2000+, 2100+ (Palomino)
AMD Athlon XP 1600+, 1700+, 1800+, 1900+, 2000+, 2100+, 2200+, 2400+, 2600+, 2700+, 2800+ (Thoroughbred)
AMD Athlon XP 2500+, 2600+, 2800+, 3000+, 3200+ (Barton)
AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 2200+, 2400+ (Thorton)
AMD Sempron 2200+, 2300+, 2400+, 2500+, 2600+, 2800+ (Thoroughbred)
AMD Sempron 2200+, 2400+, 2500+, 2600+, 2800+ (Thorton)
AMD Sempron 3000+ (Barton)
AMD Duron 600, 650, 700, 750, 800, 850, 900, 950 (Spitfire)
AMD Duron 1.0G, 1.1G, 1.2G, 1.3G (Morgan)
AMD Duron 1.4G, 1.6G, 1.8G (Applebred)
You motherboard uses a "Socket A" CPU and therefore has limits to how high you can go.. I would recommend the XP 2200 or 2400+ as a good choice, but you can make your own choice.

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  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee Apr 03, 2008

    if you have the money, I would recommend upgrading your motherboard to a AM2 socket, and then you can upgrade your processor and ram cheaper..



    A good AM2 motherboard will run around $80-$220 CAN

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee Apr 04, 2008

    yes, it will be safe for your motherboard.. If you are really hesitant, the AMD Athlon (without the XP) are the most compatible. The only thing that you may need to do it buy a better power supply, and make sure you have plenty of fans. Also, make sure the CPU that you buy comes with a heatsink made for it (most will have one included in the box)...



    That is why I suggested a new motherboard, as you will find more compatible and readily available CPU's for the newer mobo's.

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee Apr 09, 2008

    Should have gone for a motherboard with AM2 or pentium equivilant. You cannot use dual-core in that motherboard, so you are limited to a MAX Pentium III...



    This is probably the highest you can use:



    Family Intel Pentium III
    Part number RK80530PZ017256
    RK80530PZ017256 s-specs QLL1 SL64W SL6HR
    RK80530PZ01725E s-spec SL64W
    Frequency (MHz) 1400
    Bus speed (MHz) ? 133
    Clock multiplier ? 10.5
    Package 370-pin Flip-Chip Pin Grid Array with heatspreader (FC-PGA2)
    1.95" x 1.95" (4.95 cm x 4.95 cm)
    Socket Socket 370

    Architecture / Microarchitecture
    Processor core Tualatin
    Manufacturing process 0.13 micron
    Data width 32 bit
    Floating Point Unit Integrated
    Level 1 cache size ? 16 KB instruction cache
    16 KB data cache
    Level 2 cache size ? Full-speed on-die 8-way set associative 256 KB cache
    Multiprocessing Uni-processor
    Features MMX technology
    SSE instructions




    You may be able to find one of these more easily:



    Intel Pentium III 1GHz 133MHz 256K FCPGA CPU



    Unfotunately, Pentium 3 is pretty much phased out.. Even the Pentium 4's are going out the window...



    Any way you can change the motherboard for another one? (you will find cheaper chips as well for a newer motherboard)

  • Dave MacPhee
    Dave MacPhee Apr 09, 2008

    I think you were better off with the older motherboard as it uses AMD and has better compatibility...



    The motherboard you just bought is pretty much out-dated...

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ECS Support > L7VMM2 motherboard > Main Support page,

http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?DetailID=419&CategoryID=1&MenuID=50&LanID=0

Click on the CPU tab.

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


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(Max FSB = 266MHz)

(Motherboard manual states 133MHz.
Note that AMD processors are 'Double-pumped'.
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Note in the CPU Support chart where it states -
Socket 462 > AMD Athlon XP > 2600+ (.13u)
The .13u stands for 130nm core architecture technology.

(nm = NanoMeter.
1 Billionth of a Meter )

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For the Socket 462 (Socket A) processors, the AMD Athlon XP models are the top of the line.

'Sempy', or Sempron processors are at the bottom.
Low L2 processor memory cache compared to Athlon XP or Duron models.

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

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

http://www.cpu-world.com/

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K7/TYPE-Athlon%20XP.html

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