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Rich-MMay 2, I wish to upgrade from the current processor that I have which is a Intel Pentinum D 2. I already told you in the other thread you started that nobody here at TSG unless they have changed cipset processor to a Core 2 Duo and it worked can tell you exactly what processors your board will support.
You cannot do that with your machine since it is a BTX form factor motherboard. There’s little point in contacting Dell to ask what processors would be compatible.
Solved: Best CPU Upgrade for Dell E510
It breaks the flow of the thread and the answers being provided to you. Rich-MMay 3, Oct 11, Messages: Yes, my password is: All Dell tells you at their website at least all I could find was the machine originally supported 5xxx and 6xxx Pentium 4’s.
You can sell what you have. The denotation “Distinguished” only refers to the raw number of posts a member has made.
But you’ll have to take it apart and figure out how to remove and replace thefan. They make money selling new computers, not chupset people upgrade old ones.
Dell Dimension E510
Best way to get 4k resolution on my laptop pr0wlerNov 26,in forum: Best File Recovery software Thrillho1Dec 16,in forum: Your name or email address: No, create an account now. The poster noted in post 1 of this thread; http: Dec 26, Messages: I am completely confused.
Dec 9, Messages: Dell can lock down what CPUs the motherboard can support Mar 28, Messages: Triple6May 3, Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Looking at pics of the e, its not an old Dell – but it seems to be very limited in CPU upgradabliltiy.
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At least GB for Vista. The CPU doesn’t make any noise. HughvMay 3, Obviously, fhipset Pentium D was included in the updates or the poster wouldn’t be running an processor.
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Jul 22, Messages: I seriously doubt that either of the updates went beyond the Pentium D 8xx support.