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Hello, i have one socket ga478b and my microprocessor (pentium IV, 2Ghz) is broken. I want to buy the same microprocessor but i dont have the code for it. Can you help me, please? thanks

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Pentium 4 2ghz socket 478, either a northwood or prescott type of processor, visit this link for your reference when buying a processor for your motherboard,

http://www.cpu-world.com/Sockets/Socket%20478%20(mPGA478B).html

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Hi sir/mam, i have a gigabyte motherboard 7vm333m-rz n now i m presently in tis board AMD processor is running... can i change the processor by pentium 3 instead of AMD.


-> NO

It has a Socket 462 processor socket. (Also known as Socket A,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_A )

This is strictly for AMD processors ONLY, and only for AMD processors that use this processor socket.

An Intel Pentium III processor, that is not a Slot 1 processor, uses a Socket 370,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_370

List of Intel Pentium III Microprocessors,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_III_microprocessors#.22Coppermine.22_.28180_nm.29

Scroll down also.

{ If it states Slot 1 AND Socket 370, it means there are processors Intel made, that were that model, but could have been a Slot 1 processor, or Socket 370 processor.

Using the first example;
Pentium III 500E,

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium-III/index.html

The first example on top, is an Intel Slot 1 processor style.
The rest of them on down are Socket 370 processors, EXCEPT for the Pentium III Xeon. (Zee-On)
It is a Slot 1 processor.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slot_1

Want to learn more about computer technology? Post back in a Comment, and I will give you some links.

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joecoolvette

Jul 21, 2012 | Computers & Internet

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I need to buy a motherboard model: P4S800D-X


Good for you ... go buy it ...

Do you have a question?

Feb 05, 2011 | ASUS P4S800D-X Motherboard

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I have dell gx270 tower pc with 2.6gh procesor(800mh).what higher processr of what specification can it support?


Hello
I did some research into your motherboard for that dell and found that it uses the Intel 865G motherboard. Which uses Intel Pentium IV Socket 478 proccessors.
Any Socket 478 Pentium IV processor will work in that board. the best processor I could find for that was the Pentium IV 3.4Ghz but it was $231..
However, I did find the Pentium IV 3.2Ghz for only $15.99. that seems to be the best deal to me. That would be a fair speed increase, an extra 0.6Ghz or 600Mhz.
Here is the link: http://www.geeks.com/details.asp?InvtId=P43200478&cm_mmc=GoogleProducts-_-CPUs/Processors-_-Socket478(Pentium4)-_-P43200478&utm_source=GoogleProducts&utm_medium=ShoppingSites&utm_campaign=P43200478

Also if you need to get a new heat sync you can search for "Pentium IV Heatsync" or "Socket 478 Heatsync" in google or a sight like newegg.com
Enjoy!

Jan 31, 2011 | Dell OptiPlex GX270 PC Desktop

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Hi i think i need a new cpu as my power supply unit stopped working and i had to replace it.I am looking for a compatible processor and beleive this is the one x86 Family 15 model 2 stepping 4 GenuineIntel...


Exact replacement
http://cgi.ebay.com/Pentium-4-2-53GHz-512KB-533MHz-SL6S2-478-pin-Northwood-/220676402673?pt=CPUs&hash=item336156adf1
Upgrade
http://cgi.ebay.com/Pentium-4-IV-P4-CPU-3-2Ghz-3-2-512k-800-Northwood-478-/370436974978?pt=CPUs&hash=item563fc3a982

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I have an HP pavilion 764c. Can the


Yes. Simply got to the manufacturer's site and look up the socket type for your motherboard. Expamples: AM2, 939, 734...
Once you've found your socket type, go to Newegg.com or another parts store and buy a processor of that type. You can also try real stores like Best Buy or CompUSA

Jun 27, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I need to know the model of socket


733MHz right off the bat, sounds like an Intel Pentium III processor. This processor uses the Slot 1 processor socket, (Older type), or the Socket 370.

1.Slot 1: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slot_1
2.Socket 370: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_370

List of Intel Pentium III Microprocessors:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_Pentium_III_microprocessors

May 22, 2009 | HP D9840-69007 - System Board Motherboard

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Pantium III to Pantium IV


check the mother board processor socket number first, if you find a processor that is compatible to it then you can definitely upgrade it!

Oct 31, 2008 | Intel Pentium 3 , 450 MHz Pentium III...

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P4 Pentium


The GA-8IE comes with the 845E chipset. The below link will provide a list of all the processors the board will support.

http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/Motherboard/CPUSupport_Model.aspx?ProductID=1320

It appears that the fastest it will support is the P4 Prescott, Northwood, or Extreme @ 3.4GHz (800MHz FSB).

Hope this is the information you were looking for.

MO

Jul 04, 2008 | Intel (P42000400512SK478) Pentium 4, 2 GHz...

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I want to upgrade my Compaq Presario 1200 AMD laptop Hard Drive - any limitations?


Several companies such as AMD and Cyrix are also developing processors which are completely compatible with Intel processors. This means that they are capable of emulating every processor instruction in the the Intel chips.

INTEL SOCKET INFORMATION
Intel designed a set of sockets. Each of these sockets supported a certain range of processors. Below we have listed the complete specifications and layouts of each of these sockets.
socket1.gif SOCKET 1 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
169 Pins 17 x 17 PGA 5v SX / SX2, DX/DX2, DX4 OverDrive
socket2.gif SOCKET 2 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
238 19 x 19 PGA 5v SX/SX2, DX/DX2, DX4 OverDrive, 486 Pentium OverDrive socket3.gif SOCKET 3 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
237 19 x 19 PGA 5v/3.3v SX/SX2, DX/DX2, DX4 OverDrive, 486 Pentium OverDrive socket4.gif SOCKET 4 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
273 21 x 21 PGA 5v Pentium 60/66MHz, Pentium 60/66 OverDrive socket5.gif SOCKET 5 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
320 37 x 37 PGA 3.3v Pentium 75-133, Pentium 75+ OverDrive socket6.gif SOCKET 6 SPECIFICATIONS Slot 6 was thought and planed of, however was never actually ever implemented in any system.
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
235 19 x 19 PGA 3.3v DX4, 486 Pentium OverDrive socket7.gif SOCKET 7 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
321 37 x 37 PGA Voltage Regulator Module Pentium 75-300, Pentium 75+ OverDrive slot1.gif SLOT 1 SPECIFICATIONS
PINS
PIN LAYOUT
VOLTAGE
SUPPORTED PROCESSORS
242 Slot Voltage Regulator Module Pentium II / Pentium III Processors

PROCESSOR HISTORY AND INFORMATION
Below is a listing of all known processor manufacturers made to date. In the below list is information about major processors listed by the date manufactured as well as a brief description of the technology and advances of each of the processors.
INTEL 4004 - Microprocessor introduced in 1970 with the speed of 108KHz was the worlds first microprocessor.
INTEL 8080 - Microprocessor introduced in 1974 running at the speed of 2 MHz was used in the world's first PC, the Altair.
INTEL 8086 (Code Name: P1)- Microprocessor first introduced in 1976. The 80086 had a 16-bit architecture that allowed it to work with 16-bit binary numbers and pass them through a 16-bit data bus. The 8086 was available in clock speeds of 5MHz, 8MHz, and 10MHz.
MOTOROLA 68000 - Microprocessor released in 1979 was later chosen by Apple for the Macintosh computer.
INTEL 8087 - Floating-point math compressor compliant with the 8086 / 8080 microprocessor family.
INTEL 8088 - Microprocessor released in 1979. The 8088 was the first Processor used in the original IBM PC and XT personal computers because it was less expensive than the 8086 microprocessor because of the availability of less expensive eight-bit data bus supporting chips made it the microprocessor for the IBM PC. The 8088 was available in speeds from 4.77 MHz and 8MHz.and used the 16-bit architecture allowing it to work internally with 16-digit numbers. The 8088 had the ability of addressing up to 1MB of RAM.
INTEL 80286 (Code Name: P2) - Microprocessor introduced by Intel in 1982 which commonly is referred to as the 286 processor. The 286 processor supported 16-bit architecture, supported virtual memory, and was available in clock speeds of 8MHz, 10MHz, and 12MHz. The 286 was around 20 times faster than the predecessor 8088.
INTEL 80287 - A compliant processor to the 286, a floating-point math coprocessor. Specially designed 286 chips have the capability of placing the optional 80287 processor on top of it, giving the computer a math coprocessor.
INTEL 80386DX (Code Name: P3) - Microprocessor manufactured in 1985 was the next generation of Intel processors. The 80386DX included the math compressor, unlike the 80386SX, and still featured the 32-bit architecture and built-in multitasking. The chip was available in clock speeds of 16MHz, 20MHz, 25MHz, and 33MHz.
SPARC - Released in 1987 is short for Scaleable Processor ARChiture by Sun - used RISC (Reduced Instruction Set) to speed up processing.
INTEL 80486DX (Code Name: P4) - Microprocessor released April 10th 1989. The 486DX featured a built-in memory cache and 32-bit architecture. It had more than three times the computing power of the 386DX and was available in clock speeds of 25MHz, 33MHz, and 50MHz.
INTEL 80386SX - Microprocessor introduced in 1989 was the next generation of Intel processors. The 80386SX lacked a math coprocessor but still featured the 32-bit architecture and built-in multitasking. The chip was available in clock speeds of 16MHz, 20MHz, 25MHz, and 33MHz.

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Jan 17, 2008 | Compaq Presario 1200 Notebook

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New processor needed


Hi, For Dimension 3000 system here are your options. Pentium IV 3.2 GHz 533 / 800 MHz FSB Pentium IV 3.0 GHZ 533 / 800 MHz FSB Pentium IV 2.8 GHz 533 / 800 MHz FSB but what i'm worried about is the socket where the process goes into. for thermal issues it is expected for the socket to CHIP CREEP. Chip creep refers to the problem of chips that, over time, would work their way out of the socket. Chip creep occurred due to thermal expansion; the contracting and expanding during system heat up and cool down. you might end up replacing the mobo as well.

Oct 04, 2007 | Dell Dimension 3000 PC Desktop

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