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The only thing I had to do was chage the kernel to the -smp kernel for SuSE. May 11, 2011 Robin K. Motherboard sizes not only indicate the size of the board and placement of mounting screws, but it also dictates the general layout of the major components on the board. Intel and AMD both have their own series of processors and sockets that are compatible with only their chips.

With the current Intel and AMD processors the northbridge functions are all included in the processor. If you have the money now would be a good time to upgrade to something like the i5 6500. Click here to join today! Really good.

solved Help with my CPU, MOBO and PCI-E solved Help with new gen7 Inteln CPU solved Need help whit cpu and gpu More resources See also solved So I'm changing cpu Luckily, computers can be easily upgraded. Advertisement Raider4evr Thread Starter Joined: Dec 1, 1999 Messages: 85 I currently have a K7VAT ATX board with VIA KT-133 Chipset running with a AMD 700mhz CPU.

When it comes to overclocking it is simple. You may have to update the BIOS to run the CPU I recomended you, but it will work. I wouldn't have to deal with uploading windows again. If I were in your positionI'd choose either the 4460 or the 4590.

You can make your own grounding cable. May 11, 2011 jim spot on with all your info. Intel's second attempt at standardizing motherboards was with Balanced Technology Extended (BTX). can refer this to people who ask me about picking a proper mobo.

For example, it may read "FAN1" if it is a fan's power cable. 2 Remove all the cards connected to the motherboard. 3 Remove all cables connected to the motherboard. 4 Maybe I will have to let go of this one. If you are an avid overclocker like myself please oh please, don't purchase a $70 motherboard and then question why your friends $250 motherboard overclocks so much better. If your computer still has a warranty, avoid using these instructions.

solved Just CPU change need OS re-install? I just did that same upgrade and is all I did was update drivers from AMD with a dual core driver and a dual core optimizer and I went ahead and Once you know which processor you will use just find the best compatible motherboard you can afford. Reply to Tomatoes TomatoesJan 15, 2017, 9:58 AM no1 mentions the i5 4460 which has only 3mzh less than 4690K and it costs 50 euros less.But i will consider your opinions,Thanks

Any help would be great, I jsut want to know what I can put in here and what to look for. http://magicnewspaper.com/need-help/need-help-finding-the-perfect-case.html http://forums.amd.com/index.php?showtopic=73727http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=AMD+Dual%2DCore+Optimizer roncpemAug 11, 2006, 12:40 AM mine worked fine with no O S change. As far as games are concerned, I just got sucked in on Facebook's Farmville. Do not attempt to run a CPU without thermal material, or a heatsink in place.

You might require extra components in the long run, so make sure that if you do intend to purchase a new motherboard in addition to upgrading your processor, it has a I guess the guys at the pc shop that changed my MB and upgrading my CPU just pushed it and gave me the 1.33GHz CPU. here is the support list for your motherboard http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-DFI/AM75-TC.html it has on there all the CPUs that that motherboard supports including the one I recomended. But, again I wouldn't know which one to get.It would be awesome if I do end up getting one of these after all and wonder if I can take out everything

All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Computer problem? Or you can use an anti-static wrist band. But, I just want to make sure that I still won't see the CPU usage jump to 100% in the Task Manger.

Anyone tried to replace CPU wihout reinstalling ?My example:I have AMD Athlon 3800 soc. 939 - want to replace to X2 4800 soc. 939thanksVilius 10 answers Last reply Feb 29, 2008

Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Show more unanswered questions Ask a Question 200 characters left Submit Already answered Not a question Bad question Other If this question (or a similar one) is answered twice in this If your CPU has an IHS don't be scared to push hard to get the heatsink clipped in place. May 11, 2011 Mike That's a pretty sturdy looking mobo in the first picture.

FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site. the 915G chipset your moms computer has uses DDR ram, it will only support DDR 333 and 400, SD ram will not work in it Im afraid. If your heatsink doesn't have thermal paste or pads on it yet, apply a very thin layer of it. http://magicnewspaper.com/need-help/need-help-finding-some-hardware.html It definitely won't be tonight!