About changing possessor of the pc

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Now I am using Pentium 4 with gigabyte if I want to change my processor to new version then is it possible to change it and I also want to change my hard disk to 500 GB then is it possible to change it?

if it is possible then which version of processor I can use of it?

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Answered By 10 points N/A #98800

About changing possessor of the pc

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Yes, it is 100% possible that you can change and modify your system processor and you can upgrade your system speed also by changing the processor and it’s Ram. As you are using P4 machine so it is possible for you to put any kind of processor to it. After that you can change your system hard drive as well and you can put a hard disk having a large space and capacity in it.

I would like to recommend you to replace your system processor with Intel processor which is best. You can get an idea of Intel processor by the following image,

Answered By 0 points N/A #98801

About changing possessor of the pc

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Hi,

Yes you can change your processor to a different one, however, a new version processor may not be an option. This refers to the recent i-series processors from Intel whose socket configuration is not the same as the Pentium. Pentium 4s came in different socket configurations: Socket 423, Socket 478 and LGA 775.

One of these would be the kind of socket your motherboard has. Check your motherboard's manual to verify this. You can only upgrade to a processor that uses the same socket configuration as what your motherboard has right now, otherwise you will need to replace your motherboard as well if you'd like to use newer processors.

Regarding the hard drive, there should be no problems changing to a 500GB hard drive. Just make sure the interface used by the hard drive is supported by your motherboard. That's either SATA or IDE/PATA.

Thank you. Hope it helps.

Clair june

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