Help identifying....

1. Please can you tell me which is it 65nM or 90nm for the
Processor x86 Family 15 Model 75 Stepping 2 AuthenticAMD ~2204 Mhz
AMD athlon 64 X2 Dual core 4200+

2. and is it a AM2 socket ?

this came with the Dell E521


3. i wanted to get the Athlon 64 X2 6400+ (F3) Black Edition. would that fit in my motherboard ?
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  3. Download cpu-z and find out for yourself.
  4. ^Bump, that will tell you a lot about your system mate :)
    Moto
  5. thanks will download now
  6. thanks it's the windsor processor.
  7. also can you tell me if the normal power supply is enough for the Athlon 64 X2 6400+
    Black Edition ?
  8. Ok, now google AMD athlon 64 X2 Dual core 4200 windsor see if you can find tech specs, it will tell you what it suits,
    Cpu-z will tell you what socket you have as well, so you know what to look for there
    Moto
  9. AMD athlon 64 X2 Dual core 4200 = VCORE = 1.30/1.35 TDP= V89 W

    Athlon 64 X2 6400+ (F3) Black Edition = VCORE = 1.35/1.40 V TDP=125 W

    plus i have 4 gig ram and a ATI 4670HD running with it
  10. ok, see the watt ratings on the chips?
    you'll need a motherboard capable of supporting at least 125w for the 6400 chip,
    what mobo does cpu-z say you have?, google that for the specs and you'll see what it supports,
    Moto
  11. mobo: Dell OCT103 versionA02
    chipset:GeForce 6150

    i cant find anywhere which says it.
    plase can you look for me ?
  12. found this thread from google, the guy didnt have any luck, seeing as your working with a oem Mobo (Dell massproduced inhouse crap) I'd leave the current chip in there, there not really designed for upgrading as dell want you to buy a better system from them, I would say if you have a budget, pop a post on homebuild and see what we can build for you over there,
    I wouldnt throw money at a dell though, just not worth the time effort or money tbh
    Moto
  13. thanks very much Moto
  14. no probs man, Sorry I couldn't be more help
    Moto
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