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How much this board support processor and ram

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The motherboard you are talking about supports Intel Pentium 4 and Intel Celeron D processors and 2 x 184-pin DDR DIMM socket support up to 2 GB RAM. This is all you wanted to know. For further details go to this link.

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HOW MANY TYPES OF MEMORY SECTOR IN MOTHER BOARD


1) The Processor has the fastest memory. It is the Cache.
(L1, L2, and for some Processors, L3)
Operates at the same frequency rate ('Speed'), as the Processor.

It is a small memory area for the Processor.

2) Next is the Ram Memory. Random Access Memory.
Ram memory typically operates at HALF of the Processor's FSB.
It is the second fastest memory on the motherboard.

3) Next after the Ram Memory is the Harddrive.
Harddrive's have a Buffer.
Buffer is a Cache for a Harddrive. A small memory area.
The Harddrive is the third fastest memory.

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Hi i would like to change my motherboards processor and ram. i would like to sync up with the boards front side bus speed and ram speed of the boards supports. my board is p4m800prov2. please send me the...


Please go to elitegroup website and download the manuel for your board it will tell you what processors?, what the bus speed is? what ram,? and how much you can put in! I hope this helps !

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Mother board update


Well that can depend on a number of factors like how much you are willing to pay.
Logon to newegg.com or zipzoomfly.com and search through their motherboards for ones that match your processor. pick one that has the features you want. Im partial to Asus boards so id find one of those that would match that processor. They list which processors will work with them so it really is pretty easy. zipzoom is my personal fav.

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is a socket 754 motherboard. It will support AMD Athlon processors up to Athlon64 3400+. It is a bit long in the tooth by today's standards, and only uses DDR memory, not DDR2. You may get more of a bang for your buck by buying a "barebones" system, which can consist of a motherboard with processor and memory, depending on how much you want in the barebones package.

Typically you use the case, power supply you already have with the new motherboard and processor and ram (memory).

At any rate, if you only want to upgrade your processor, keep in mind that your board only supports up to the Athlon64 3400+. It will support up to DDR 400 ram. You would probably benefit more by buying 2 sticks of 400 DDR ram at 2 gigs each, if you don't have much ram now. If your processor is close to the 3400+, then another processor in that board isn't going to change things much.

Good luck, and write back if you'd like more help.

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Display problem


Problems can be more than we almost can list here.
Check the cpu that it will work in another board.
Check the ram modules that they will work in another board.
When checking the board, remove all cards and try with the cpu and ram installed. Make sure you have the right ram in the right slots. This can make a diff. in some boards.
If your processor and ram are okay, then a problem is existing with the board.

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first of all you have to check your motherbord which type of ram
it may be ddr1 and ddr2
it support 4gb ram in this motherbord
look at the bus speed of ram
other wise it will promt less mb in

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Need to look at the motherboard specs along with the processor "Socket". It will usually be a 754 or 939 depending on what your motherboard says. I wouldn't try too fast and set yourself up for disappointment. I would upgrade the RAM before the processor.

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