Intel Pentium D935 (3.2GHz) Dual Core CPU £47.24 - HotUKDeals
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Very good price for an upgrade for those who have Socket 775 motherboards which don't support Core 2. Not as fast as a Core 2, and certainly not as power efficient, although this is the last 65nm generation Pentium 4s. Check the webiste for your motherboard/computer to see if this CPU is compatable before ordering - you may possibly need to flash your bios. Free delivery (super-saver), price is after google-checkout discount.
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#1
Product Description Intel Pentium D 935 / 3.2 GHz processor
Product Type Processor
Processor Type Intel Pentium D 935
Multi-Core Technology Dual-Core
64-bit Computing Yes
Compatible Processor Socket LGA775 Socket
Processor Qty 1
Clock Speed 3.2 GHz
Bus Speed 800 MHz
Manufacturing Process 65 nm
Cache Memory L2 4 MB ( 2 x 2 MB )
Features Enhanced SpeedStep technology, streaming SIMD extensions 3, Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology, Execute Disable Bit capability
Compatible Slots 1 x processor - LGA775 Socket
Manufacturer Warranty 3 years warranty
#2
bit old hat now but i suppose if your motherboard can only take this older style of cpu it might make good sense rather than buying a whole new system.
#3
Hi,

I have the Hp 7535 which i got via this forum's from Play.

I am currently running Vista with a 2.8 Dual core and 2Gb of memory.

With this deal I can upgrade to 4GB of memory and a 3.2 Chip for £100.

Will I see much difference? As I cannot find anything to compare the 2.8 and 3.2 chips. I currently have a Pentium 4 3.4 HT chip in my other system and this seems faster sometimes.

Will someone check this link http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/genericDocument?lc=en&cc=us&docname=c00379422 and make sure I am not wasting my money.

Regards and thanks

Barry
#4
CPU/Processor

* Socket: 775
* Supports Pentium D (Smithfield) up to 3.2 GHz and Pentium4 (Prescott) up to 580 and 670


Looks to me like this is best processor your motherboard can take
#5
bazza1603
Hi,

I have the Hp 7535 which i got via this forum's from Play.

I am currently running Vista with a 2.8 Dual core and 2Gb of memory.

With this deal I can upgrade to 4GB of memory and a 3.2 Chip for £100.

Will I see much difference? As I cannot find anything to compare the 2.8 and 3.2 chips. I currently have a Pentium 4 3.4 HT chip in my other system and this seems faster sometimes.

Will someone check this link http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/genericDocument?lc=en&cc=us&docname=c00379422 and make sure I am not wasting my money.

Regards and thanks

Barry


you can upgrade with this chip as it mentions your motherboard supports the 775 socket but i doubt its even worth it, if the chip was a 10-20 then maybe.

i guess you mean you want to upgrade to 4gb by buying more ram? as you have already got 2gb, providing you have 2 free sockets, you can buy some more ram but if you using all four sockets then you prob have 4 x 512mb DDR2 DIMM already and you can't etc unless you buy 4 x 1gb ddr2 dimms and get rid of the the 4 x 512mb.

charlie
#6
bazza - You might be able to sell your current dual-core CPU on these forums or elsewhere, it looks like this is the faster dual-core chip that will work in your machine - mind you, it is at most a 14% performance boost so not that great an upgrade! Your 3.4GHz chip will outperform your current 2.8Ghz dual-core chip by up to 22% in single-threaded apps, sounds like you can notice this difference from what you have said, so if you were to upgrade it would bring your system much closer to the feel of your 3.4GHz chip. That said, its not a big enough upgrade in my book to warrant the purchase, you'd really want a decent Core2 (6400 up) to notice a large enough speed improvement, and it doesn't appear these are compatable with your motherboard.
#7
also be aware that if you populate a 32bit vista implementaion with 4 1gb dimms you will probably only see 3gb+ of it becuase of the way vista 32bit works. Its a legacy issue to do with memory being allocated to other devices above the 3gb range.

On my 680 nforce bord for example my netgear network adapter doest work if i stick 4gb in the pc. its well frustrating.
#8
Not even worth £30.
#9
Not even worth £30? What is comparable for £30? Not everyone can afford to upgrade to Core 2...

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