Question about Sony VAIO PCV-RX460 PC Desktop
The original CPU was 1200 Mhz, namely 12 times the 100 Mhz "clocking" supplied by the motherboard.
The new CPU is 1.53 Mhz, namely 11.5 times a 133 Mhz clocking, if the motherboard can supply that rate of clocking.
If your motherboard can only supply 100 Mhz clocking,
then the new CPU would run at 1150 Mhz (namely its 11.5 multiplier over the 100 Mhz clocking), i.e., slower than the original CPU.
Can you try the 1.2 processor in some other motherboard?
It's possible that you "killed" it, when you removed it,
or after you removed it, by giving it a static-electricity burst.
Do you have another processor that you can try in your motherboard?
What happens if you put the 1.53 processor into the motherboard?
Does it POST (Power On Self Test) ?
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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