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Acer aspire t310 compatibility

Can acer aspire t310 handle a inel quad core processor if not which processor besids pentium 4

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  • Goku2304 Apr 20, 2009

    it dosen't really tell me if i can have dual core either so will it work or not


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Hi, it seems you are limited to the Pentium 4 series of processors with this computer. This is the corresponding page of your systems specifications: http://www.acersupport.com/desktop/aspire/html/as_t310_specs.html

Posted on May 13, 2008

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IS MY COMPUTER COMPATABLE WITH WINDOWS 7


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If you're going to replace the Mobo, Processor, and PSU, you may as well as replace the computer case, also.

Another $50 USD will buy you a decent computer case.

(Seen this? http://www.directron.com/cs888uvbl.html )

You can reuse your optical drive/s.

Mobo? Are you going to stick with AMD processors like what is used in your computer now, or are you going to go Intel?

AMD hardware is cheaper price wise, but not quality wise. Myself I prefer Intel.
Just a personal preference.

Dual core processor with DDR Sdram ram memory?
You're not going to like this answer, but this = No, for Intel processors.
DDR2 Sdram for dual core processors.

There are some older AMD processor based motherboards that do utilize DDR Sdram, and dual core processors.

It is IMHO this is going backwards.
Why?
Because using DDR Sdram will cause a 'bottleneck' of information. The dual core processor will be bottlenecked, by the slower DDR Sdram ram memory.

Also, I would imagine you would like to be able to buy a dual core processor now, and be able to use a Quad Core processor in the future, on that same motherboard.

Again, I'm more towards Intel than AMD, so forgive me if I'm talking to an AMD man.

I go for the 'Best Bang for the Buck' theory.
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It is for the above reasons that I would recommend an XFX nForce 750i SLI Extreme mobo.
Why?

1) Supports Intel Pentium 4 processors, (With an 800MHz FSB, and fit into an LGA 775 processor socket), all the way up to an Intel Core2 Quad.

(Supports Intel - Pentium 4, Pentium D, Pentium Extreme Edition, Core2 Duo, Core2 Quad, and Core2 Extreme processors)

Supports Intel processors utilizing the 45nm architecture, and up to a 1333MHz FSB. (800MHz, 1066MHz, or 1333MHz)

2) Supports DDR2 Sdram at either 800MHz, or 1066MHz. (PC2-6400 and PC2-8500 respectively)

4GB's with a 32bit operating system, 8GB's with a 64bit O/S.

(A 32bit operating system has it's limitations. Only 3.2 to 3.5GB's, will be recognized of that 4GB's of ram memory)

3) Has Two PCI-Express x16 graphics slots, that use the PCI Express 2.0 technology. You can install two graphics cards, that utilize the SLI technology. (Scalable Link Interface)

With this motherboard, when you use two graphics cards, BOTH will operate at 16X.
Not 16X for one, and 8X for the other, like some motherboards.
(Things they don't tell you)

(Information about the Nvidia nForce 750i chipset, from Nvidia.com,

http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_nforce_750i_sli_us.html

Click on the Specifications tab)

Has 4 SATA headers on the motherboard, that utilize the SATA 3.0Gigabit per Second technology. (3.0Gb/s)

4) The MOSFET has a heatsink on it, as well as the Northbridge chip, and Southbridge chip. Plus there is a heatpipe in-between these heatsinks.
Helps keep everything nice, and cool!

5) Price is $70

2GB's of decent DDR2 Sdram at 800MHz, (PC2-6400), will set you back about $50.

You can buy a Motherboard/CPU combo with the Intel Core2 Duo E7500, for $190 USD.

(Intel Core2 Duo E7500:

Two processor cores operating at 2.93GHz Each.
3MB's of L2 cache.
1066MHz FSB
Based on the Wolfdale Core.

For the power supply, I would recommend an OCZ StealthXStream 600 Watt.
Why?

Because if you keep the temperature of this PSU at 118 degrees Fahrenheit, (47.9 degrees Celsius), it can reliably put out 728.8 Watts.

(Remember, 80 percent of the rated maximum wattage, is the figure you should go by.
80 percent of the rated maximum wattage, when the PSU is operating at a 100 percent load)

Has Four 12 Volts power rails. EACH 12 Volt rail is capable of handling 18 Amps.
Total is 72 AMP's!

Has all the power cables you will need.
Has a 120mm fan.
A larger fan means it will turn slower, and still produce more air flow.
Also will make less noise. (Unless you are running an intense game at high settings. You won't hear it anyway, because of the game!)

Just my thoughts. If this is not what you had in mind, please state so in a comment.

(Additional comment. I think utilizing two graphics cards in an SLI configuration, is redundant. Basing this statement on price versus performance.

Again with the 'Best Bang for the Buck, theory, but I would recommend an EVGA Geforce GTX 260 Core 216 graphics card.

Graphics performance is VERY close to an Nvidia Geforce GTX 280, but at way less cost)

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Requirements


It's Core 2 Duo plus nVidia 9000 series

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No display when using bulit in graphic card or AGP grahic card


ok!

first,

check your
motherboard
if all pin is conected properly

check your power suplly
try to replace the power supply

is not necessary to replace the power supply with the original powersupply
replace with standart 350 watt power supply (or higher)


then if the problem is still exsist
check *********** board
try to replace the motherboard

replace it with
any socket 478 motherboard

if nothing change
try to replace the RAM module
replace it with any DDR RAM module

then the last one
if nothing change
you must replace your processor
with an 478 socket processor


note: replace the component with borrowed
you  can borrow the component from your friends or anyone
then if your computer is showing display again
you can buy the component from ebay

here original specs of your computer:

Specifications - Aspire T310
  


 
   
Processor
  
Intel® P4 Processor with 400/533/800FSB (depending on processor)
Intel® Celeron Processor with 400FSB 


Cache
  
128KB or 256KB (dependent on processor)
 


Memory
  
128MB DDR SDRAM PC2100/PC2700/PC3200 expandable up to 2GB


Chipset
  
SiS 661FX Northbridge Controller, 
SiS964L Southbridge Controller


Expansion Slots
  
3 PCI v2.2 slots
1 AGP slot 4X/8X


Audio
  
Integrated Realtek ALC655 audio codec (SoundBlaster® Compatible AC97 Audio Codec)
 


Speakers (selected models)
  
selected models
 


Video
  
Integrated SiS 661FXVGA, 
 


Storage
  
3.5" 1.44MB Floppy Disk Drive
52X CD-ROM, CD-RW or DVD-ROM (selected models)
20GB-80GB Hard Disk Drive (selected models)


Modem
  
56K V.90 (selected models)
 


Networking
  
Integrated Realtek RTL8100C 10/100 Base T


Ports
  
1 PS2 Mouse port, 1 PS2 Keyboard port, 2 USB Front, 4 USB Rear, 1 Parallel, 1 serial , 1 VGA, 1 game/midi, 1 RJ45, 5 audio (2 front, 3 rear)
 


Power Supply
  
Industry Standard 230 Watt
 


Chassis
  
14.2" 360mm) H x 7.1" (180mm) W x 16.5" (420mm) D
 


Operating System
  
Windows XP Home
Windows XP Professional
Windows 2000 Professional


Warranty
  
1-year Mail-in/carry-in warranty, Technical support for first year, available 8a.m. to 8p.m. CST Monday through Saturday (hardware only), 90 day software support. Call 1-254-298-4696

Specifications are subject to change without notice. Warranty covers only Acer purchased parts that are listed as supported and serviced. Please see limited product warranty for full details. Acer, the Acer logo, AcerPower, AcerAcros, AcerEntra, AcerAspire. Aspire by Acer, and Veriton are registered trademarks of the Acer America Corporation and Acer, Inc. The Intel Inside logo and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows 95, and Windows 98 are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other brands and products names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

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My freecom 20gb portable hard drive does not power up anymore when i connect it to my computer. i have tried several pc's but to no avail


This PC should take DDR SDRAM
It is quoted as being a socket 478 motherboard and should be compatible with a faster pentium 4 processor unfortunately the new dual core and quad core processors use a socket 778.
Hope that helps

May 02, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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