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I have a model F672CR Acer motherboard. I want to upgrade my processor but I don't know the properties of my motherboard and if will support it or not.

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I have the same problem, how can find the driver? When? Acer F672CR motherboard, plz help me! thanks all & have fun

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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It supports Intel Core 2 processors
with 800MHz FSB

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Is a GeForce GTX 660ti compatible with my Acer F672CR motherboard?


Hi.

Yes it is compatible, If you look at the motherboard on the left hand side you will see a black slot with 2 white/cream slots under it. The black one is the PCIe slot, that is where the graphics card has to go. Make sure you disconnect the power supply from the back of the PC before you install the card.


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I have a Acer AX1200-U1510A AM2+ Motherboard and i would like to upgrade the processor, ihave 4 gigs of mem and a 1 gig Gigabyte Gt 610 graphics card. I only have a 240 watt power supply what processo


Should work with a processor of the same socket type. I'd seriously upgrade the psu myself. Personally I'd upgrade the motherboard and processor to a quad core, and get the fastest ram, look at ebuyer.com, you can buy a bundle upgrade package for less than you may think. :)

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I have acer aspire 4736z, can I upgrade the processor to 3.2 Ghz?


Please note that CPU upgrades in notebooks/laptops/netbooks are highly problematic because they depend on often uncertain motherboard specifications (different notebook models bearing the same series number in your question can have different internal and external specification and be based on different motherboards).

The most serious problem you face is that CPU upgrades in laptops/notebooks/netbooks inevitably require near complete disassembly and the correct reassembly of the computer. Inevitably, this type of work is best done by an experienced professional, trained for and capable of performing a warrantied repair. Understandably, the associated labor costs will be on the high side.

Also, upgrading the CPU requires the user to first risk expenditure on an item that cannot be returned to the seller or supplier if later found to be incompatible but could still be a potentially expensive replacement product, without being absolutely certain that is compatible with the motherboard for which it is intended.

So you will need to do extensive research on the specification of the precise motherboard of the precise model of your notebook. To do this, you will need the full, long, specific model number plus also the Serial Number (S/N) and Part Number (P/N) of the computer that are usually printed on a label underneath the computer. From these, you should obtain the P/N of the motherboard, then navigate to the support and product information pages of the motherboard manufacturer's website to verify the CPU compatibility specifications of the motherboard and then proceed from there.

Intel Pentium Mobile processor T4200 (1 MB L2 cache, 2 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 35 W), or T3400 (1 MB L2 Cache, 2.16 GHz, 667 MHz FSB, 35 W), supporting Intel 64 architecture


Your notebook features the above Central Processing Unit (CPU) in its standard specification, according to Acer. This CPU is commonly referred to as a Dual Core / Intel Pentium M / 2.2GHz / 64 Bit Processor. This type and Model of Processor is outdated and the upgrade options available to you are limited.

The indications are that your best course of action would be to back up any important data stored on this notebook's Hard Disk Drive (HDD), restore the notebook to Factory Settings, sell it on eBay or CraigsList or any similar website popular, in your geographical location, for the buying and selling of Used Consumer Goods and then put any sale income raised towards a new, state-of-the-art notebook capable of performing the function(s) in which the current notebook is disappointing you and steering you towards radical thoughts such as CPU upgrades.

At the very least, consider several or all of the far easier, far cheaper and far less labor-intensive and labor-expensive upgrade options to improve the power, speed and performance of this notebook before contemplating a CPU Upgrade, such as, a Maximum Capacity RAM Upgrade, an Operating System (O/S) Upgrade, upgrading to a higher performance, higher Spin Speed and/or higher capacity HDD or newer technology Solid State Drive (SSD).

Your full notebook specification and CPU Upgrade Options can be found on the support pages of the official Acer and Intel websites below:

http://support.acer.com/acerpanam/notebook/2010/acer/aspire/aspire4736z/aspire4736zsp2.shtml



http://www.intel.com/en_uk/consumer/products/processors/compare-processors.htm?fam=corei5



http://www.intel.com/en_uk/consumer/products/processors/compare-processors.htm?fam=corei5

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Acer f672cr m1610 motherboard


The max processor that Acer sells for this MB is an E2160 and that may need a BIOS update.

this is the link for the BIOS update:

http://www.acerpanam.com/...

Sep 07, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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F672cr(m1610)and intel core duo?


The Acer M1610 was available with the following processors: Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Pentium Dual-Core, Intel Pentium D/4, Intel Celeron D/4 2.0GHz.

Based on this information, It is likely that you can support a Core Duo or a Core 2 Duo, however may be limited to the 2.0GHz models due to clock and multiplier limitations on the BIOS. This may be different if there is BIOS upgrades to support faster processors.

Your best option of the above listed processors will be the Core 2 Duo, however their system specifications report that only the Core 2 with 800MHz or less Front Side Bus are supported.

Also note that the Celeron 430 is a 64bit processor, so it is not likely to work on this system either.

Sep 05, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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ACER F672CR MOTHERBOARD


I believe F672CR is what's in M1610. The M1610 has 1 PCI-E X1, 1 PCI-E X16 and a half PCI 2.3.

Sep 03, 2009 | Acer Computers & Internet

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NVIDIA GEFORCE GTS 250 COMPATIBLE ?.


this card should work on that system altho i need more info bout your pc to be sure, another thing i rang up the other week to purchase a high end card a geforce GTX 295 and they said that i would also have to upgrade my power surply unit to double what it was so this could be your problem easy way to do it ring any computer store and they shud be able to tell you what you need and also the compatibility specs should be on the box it came with

Aug 23, 2009 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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Cpu upgrade


Your computer has one of these options:
spacer.gif level2_arrow.gif Intel® Celeron® Processor 560
(1MB L2 cache, 2.13GHz, 533MHz FSB)
or
Intel® Celeron® Processor 550
(1MB L2 cache, 2.0GHz, 533MHz FSB)
or
Intel® Celeron® Processor 540
(1MB L2 cache, 1.86GHz, 533MHz FS
or
Intel® Celeron® Dual-Core Processor E1400
(512KB shared L2 Cache, 2.0GHz, 800MHz FSB)
or
Intel® Celeron® Dual-Core Processor T1400
(512KB shared L2 Cache, 1.73GHz, 533MHz FSB) spacer.gif

Check the features with Acer first and see if your motherboard model support that speed processor.
Contact tech support directly to the manufacturer right here:

http://acer.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/acer.cfg/php/enduser/ask.php?p_sid=8P57rbgj

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