Processor upgrade?

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  1. J

    J Guest

    Can anyone tell me what might be the fastest processor I could simply 'pop
    into' my current motheboard in my Dell Dimension 9200, with E6600 processor?

    Thanks.

    J
     
    J, Nov 14, 2011
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  2. On 11/14/2011 6:13 PM, J wrote:
    > Can anyone tell me what might be the fastest processor I could simply 'pop
    > into' my current motheboard in my Dell Dimension 9200, with E6600 processor?
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    > J
    >


    assuming that you first update the bios to the lastest version, the
    fastest processor that you can install in the dimension 9200 is the quad
    core q6700. though you may find that the q6600 offers more bang for the
    buck.

    here is a complete list of compatible processors:

    Presler P4 915, 2.80G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, D0
    Presler P4 915, 2.08G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Presler P4 925, 3.00G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, D0
    Presler P4 930, 3.00G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Presler PD 935, 3.20G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, D0
    Presler P4 940, 3.20G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Presler P4 945, 3.40G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Presler P4 950, 3.40G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Presler P4 960, 3.60G, 2x2MB, 800FSB, B1

    Cedar Mill 631, 3.00G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Cedar Mill 641, 3.20G, 2MB, 800FSB, D0
    Cedar Mill 641, 3.20G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Cedar Mill 651, 3.40G, 2MB, 800FSB, D0
    Cedar Mill 651, 3.40G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Cedar Mill 661, 3.60G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    Cedar Mill 661, 3.60G, 2MB, 800FSB, D0

    Conroe E4300, 1.80G, 2MB, 800FSB, L2
    Conroe E4400, 2.00G, 2MB, 800FSB, L2
    Conroe E4400, 2.00G, 2MB, 800FSB, M0
    Conroe E6300, 1.86G, 2MB, 1066FSB, B2
    Conroe E6300, 1.86G, 2MB, 1066FSB, L2
    Conroe E6320, 1.86G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    Conroe E6400, 2.13G, 2MB, 1066FSB, L2
    Conroe E6400, 2.13G, 2MB, 1066FSB, B2
    Conroe E6420, 2.13G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    Conroe E6600, 2.40G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    Conroe E6700, 2.66G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    Conroe XE X6800, 2.93G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2

    Smithfield P4 820, 2.80G, 2MB, 800FSB, Mainstream, B0
    Smithfield P4 805, 2.66G, 2X1MB, 533FSB, B0

    Kentsfield Quad Core Q6600, 2.40G, 8MB, 1066FSB, B30
    Kentsfield Quad Core Q6600, 2.40G, 8MB, 1066FSB, G0
    Kentsfield Quad Core Q6700, 2.67G, 8MB, 1066FSB

    Prescott P4 531, 3.0G, 800FSB, 1MB, ALT, G1
    Prescott P4 541, 3.2G, 800FSB, 1MB, ALT, G1
    Prescott P4 524, 3.06G, 1MB, 533FSB, G1
     
    Christopher Muto, Nov 14, 2011
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  3. J

    Ben Myers Guest

    On Nov 14, 6:48 pm, Christopher Muto <> wrote:
    > On 11/14/2011 6:13 PM, J wrote:
    >
    > > Can anyone tell me what might be the fastest processor I could simply 'pop
    > > into' my current motheboard in my Dell Dimension 9200, with E6600 processor?

    >
    > > Thanks.

    >
    > > J

    >
    > assuming that you first update the bios to the lastest version, the
    > fastest processor that you can install in the dimension 9200 is the quad
    > core q6700.  though you may find that the q6600 offers more bang for the
    > buck.
    >
    > here is a complete list of compatible processors:
    >
    > Presler P4 915, 2.80G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, D0
    > Presler P4 915, 2.08G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Presler P4 925, 3.00G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, D0
    > Presler P4 930, 3.00G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Presler PD 935, 3.20G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, D0
    > Presler P4 940, 3.20G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Presler P4 945, 3.40G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Presler P4 950, 3.40G, 2X2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Presler P4 960, 3.60G, 2x2MB, 800FSB, B1
    >
    > Cedar Mill 631, 3.00G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Cedar Mill 641, 3.20G, 2MB, 800FSB, D0
    > Cedar Mill 641, 3.20G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Cedar Mill 651, 3.40G, 2MB, 800FSB, D0
    > Cedar Mill 651, 3.40G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Cedar Mill 661, 3.60G, 2MB, 800FSB, C1
    > Cedar Mill 661, 3.60G, 2MB, 800FSB, D0
    >
    > Conroe E4300, 1.80G, 2MB, 800FSB, L2
    > Conroe E4400, 2.00G, 2MB, 800FSB, L2
    > Conroe E4400, 2.00G, 2MB, 800FSB, M0
    > Conroe E6300, 1.86G, 2MB, 1066FSB, B2
    > Conroe E6300, 1.86G, 2MB, 1066FSB, L2
    > Conroe E6320, 1.86G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    > Conroe E6400, 2.13G, 2MB, 1066FSB, L2
    > Conroe E6400, 2.13G, 2MB, 1066FSB, B2
    > Conroe E6420, 2.13G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    > Conroe E6600, 2.40G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    > Conroe E6700, 2.66G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    > Conroe XE X6800, 2.93G, 4MB, 1066FSB, B2
    >
    > Smithfield P4 820, 2.80G, 2MB, 800FSB, Mainstream, B0
    > Smithfield P4 805, 2.66G, 2X1MB, 533FSB, B0
    >
    > Kentsfield Quad Core Q6600, 2.40G, 8MB, 1066FSB, B30
    > Kentsfield Quad Core Q6600, 2.40G, 8MB, 1066FSB, G0
    > Kentsfield Quad Core Q6700, 2.67G, 8MB, 1066FSB
    >
    > Prescott P4 531, 3.0G, 800FSB, 1MB, ALT, G1
    > Prescott P4 541, 3.2G, 800FSB, 1MB, ALT, G1
    > Prescott P4 524, 3.06G, 1MB, 533FSB, G1


    The quad core Xeons are impressive performers, and prices for them
    might be just right now. Worth a look. Also, compared to earlier
    generations of Xeons, they do not function as space heaters, burning
    up lotsa watts. Instead, the power consumption is comparable to
    similar regular every day quad Pentiums.

    I am running a different quad Xeon in my home-built mongrel, and I
    rarely wait very long for much of anything involving CPU and
    graphics... Ben Myers
     
    Ben Myers, Nov 15, 2011
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