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HP dc5100 SFF CPU upgrade !

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May 24, 2009 5:50:02 AM

Hello ! I have a desktop HP dc5100 SFF with 915G chipset runing a P4 630 3.00GHZ. Can I install the latest P4 (dual CPU, not Core2Duo) in this mobo ? what is the fastest and latest CPU I can upgrade ?

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May 24, 2009 6:01:11 AM

You can upgrade to the Pentium 4 661 CPU. I think its the one with 3.6GHz, you'll have a hard time trying to find one though.
May 24, 2009 6:01:57 AM

Forgot to mention your socket is the LGA775.
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May 24, 2009 6:06:46 AM

You have one of the faster p4's made. If your board isn't listed on the hp website with supported cpus, then I would contact hp about an upgrade. Your board bios will determine what cpu it will recognize. I used compaq's free online chat to discuss options with my compaq pc, and ended up changing out the motherboard and reinstalling windows using a dell windows dvd. The old p4's above 3.0 ran pretty warm. Fry's had an e5200 with board for only $80 last week that would have fit in your hp case. You'll have to decide for yourself if you're capable of changing out a motherboard and are willing to format the hardrive and start over, or back up your files first before formatting.
May 24, 2009 6:20:32 AM

Thank you all guys ! I am not thinking of changing the inside of my HP SFF, everything is in order and I am sure no mobo with fit 100% in this case without replacing any other part. for example the CPU is in front of the case (near the air grails) and not in the middle as we can see in many mobos. Just please let me know exact what is the type of the fastest CPU I can upgrade, for example P4 650 ? E5200 ? or something else ? when you inform me about that I will login to ebay and buy it , just like that !!!

Thanks again in advance everyone of you, you are very kind !

for example can this one work in my mobo ?


http://cgi.ebay.com/Pentium-4-P4-3-8-3-8Ghz-2M-670-LGA7...

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