The latest Celeron design (as of January 2016 As a product concept, the Celeron was introduced in response to Intel's loss of the low-end market, in particular to the Cyrix 6x86, the AMD K6, and the IDT Winchip.
Intel's existing low-end product, the Pentium MMX, was no longer performance competitive at 233 MHz.
If the CPU does not transfer the appropriate amount of heat into the heat sink and then onto the fan, it will overheat and it probably would not work anymore.
You will know your CPU fan needs repair if it starts making a lot of noise that will keep you awake at night.
“Error Unsupported CPU Installed” message after updating my Pentium 4 processor from 3.0Ghz up to 3.4Ghz…HELP! It has a Asus PTGD-LA (Goldfish3) Goldfish3-GL8E motherboard, as shown here:
cc=us&lc=en&docname=c00361570• According to the boards specs:• Socket: LGA775• Supports processor up to 3.4 GHz• Supports Intel Pentium 4 HT processors The Base processor is a Pentium4 630 (P) HT 3.0 GHz:• 800 MHz front side bus• Socket 775Based on my research for the Goldfish3 motherboards specs, the largest CPU it will support is 3.4Ghz, so I bought a Intel Pentium 4 3.4 Ghz / 1M / 800 Mhz socket 775 CPU processor SL7J8 The CPU I bought is used and was sold as “tested” and passed.
Once I installed the new processor, I tried to start up the computer system and pressed the F1 key to get the bios screen to appear ( I think it's F1 on my system..not really sure) but all I get is a message “Error Unsupported CPU Installed” and the computer will shut off in a few seconds. I’m not sure what I did wrong or if I have to manually clear the bios as shown here (near the bottom of the page)
Clean the blades of the fan as much as possible, getting every speck of dust out.
This is important so that dust doesn't get blown from the fan blades into other parts of the computer.
I will pretty much buy the new PC case as well as a new power supply as long as I can get some idea of what the maximum setting could be like. I know I will have to download and install new BIOS from Dell's website first too Thanks.
to a number of different low end IA-32 and x86-64 computer microprocessor models targeted at budget personal computers.
I have also upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit.