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Will my computer be able to use this processor?

Will my computer- http://www.walmart.com/ip/eMachines-1TB-PT.NCV02.001/16608490

Be able to use this processor- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103871

I know that computer is bad or whatever, but if I buy that processor, Will I be able to put it in my computer and use it without buying a new motherboard or anything?

Yes or No...?
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  1. It is likely that it can since it is the same socket and only 95watt tdp CPU. Problem with emachine is that there is no support information like that available.

    This looks to support that it will work http://www.ebay.com/itm/GENUINE-EMACHINES-MOTHERBOARD-EL1358-53-EL1358-UB20P-EL1358G-51W-/220893432495
  2. it will work, and your pc is not bad, you would not have to change a thing. but what are you using it for?
  3. rajaawad23 said:
    it will work, and your pc is not bad, you would not have to change a thing. but what are you using it for?



    Well. I like to game a lot, and the processor I have just isn't working for me. So that quad core will be a lot better then what I have, and It's a low price too. And you're positive it will work then, right?
  4. Oh, and If you're wondering, well. How can this guy game on his computer when he's got an integrated video card? Well. I bought a different one, and I like to game a lot but the processor just isn't doing it for me.
  5. this is proof

    http://www.findlaptopdriver.com/el1358g-51w-mainboard-specs/

    , but you cannot game with integrated graphics card, you need to buy a good graphics card to do so, and you would be better of spending money on a graphics card than the CPU, yours is good enough for some gaming, but if you put a graphics card in you would need to buy a new more powerful power supply and these computers use smaller type of psu. so expect spending a bit.
    btw, what games do you want to play, and what resolution?
  6. oh ok fair enough, what graphics card do you have?
    are you using stock psu?
  7. rajaawad23 said:
    oh ok fair enough, what graphics card do you have?
    are you using stock psu?


    I have a Radeon HD 5570 - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102874

    and yes, I'm on regular psu. I haven't changed a thing in this computer except the video card. I can use the processor I want to buy on stock psu, right?
  8. What is the stock psu wattage and amperage?
  9. amuffin said:
    What is the stock psu wattage and amperage?


    D: I don't know ! Is there a way I'd be able to check?
  10. 220w ? really ? then how the hell is your pc even working Because a stock clock 6450 needs 300w lol sorry just you know being the 5570 is a higher rank and has an older larger 55nm? process... or have you not installed the card yet ?
  11. @teleaddicted
    it would work but i dont think it would be stable 300 is recommended not needed as long as your psu isnt being overloaded and you have sufficient amperage
  12. zrafferty said:
    @teleaddicted
    it would work but i dont think it would be stable 300 is recommended not needed as long as your psu isnt being overloaded and you have sufficient amperage


    I don't know if the fan runs on it XD. But, I can have my processor and my video card installed,running, and working fine right?
  13. being that low i wouldnt attempt it would be better off just upgrading it you can pick up a cosair 650watt PSU for about 75 off of newegg they are really nice with that configuration get minimm of a 500watt with 28amps or better.
    you can try it most it will do is just crash or shut off the computer cause of it over drawing the power or worse case blow a fuse
  14. Best answer
    A system with HD5570 typically pulls less than 200watts that is why it is still running but close to max on the +12volt rail on the PSU http://www.anandtech.com/show/4278/amds-radeon-hd-6670-radeon-hd-6570/15
  15. rolli59 said:
    A system with HD5570 typically pulls less than 200watts that is why it is still running but close to max on the +12volt rail on the PSU http://www.anandtech.com/show/4278/amds-radeon-hd-6670-radeon-hd-6570/15


    So, what you're saying is that I wouldn't be able to run the processor and video card at the same time?
  16. I think you could, I do not know the quality of the PSU though some can go substantially over their rated load and everything is still fine others will blow up. Usually OEM's use PSU's from the first group. If you notice any instability then you know what the problem is and need to replace the PSU.
  17. Anonymous said:
    Will my computer- http://www.walmart.com/ip/eMachines-1TB-PT.NCV02.001/16608490

    Be able to use this processor- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819103871

    I know that computer is bad or whatever, but if I buy that processor, Will I be able to put it in my computer and use it without buying a new motherboard or anything?

    Yes or No...?

    Risky undertaking imo.
    Most cpu upgrades require a bios update.
    If no information regarding a newer bios version or cpu support list is available = you're taking your chances
  18. Well. My decision is...I'm not getting it. Once I get a little more money, Ill upgrade my PSU and Processor. But thanks guys.
  19. why dont you go for a athlon II x4 620, I have one and is great, think about it, it even uses less power than the 635
  20. Rajaawad23 would I be able to use that processor, my video card, and have everything work good?
  21. I cannot guarantee, but it does use less power than the one you chose.
  22. Best answer selected by adambel2006.
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