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#1 starcraftmaster

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Posted 05 November 2008 - 07:06 AM

hey i got a Intel Celeron Processor 766 MHz and replaced it with a Intel Pentium III Processor 933 MHz it works but it seems to over heat
becasue the computer over heat sound goes on and its goes beep beep beep
only time i heard this is when the computer is mega hot, theres no ram in the computer,theres no cpu in the computer or the computer has been left on when its frooze for a very long time

hes information about the cpus
Celeron Processor 766
http://processorfinder.intel.com/details.aspx?sSpec=SL4P6
http://www.cpu-world.com/sspec/SL/SL4P6.html


Pentium III Processor 933
http://processorfinder.intel.com/details.aspx?sSpec=SL4C9
http://www.cpu-world.com/sspec/SL/SL4C9.html


and heres information about the mother board

Property Value
Manufacturer Gigabyte
Model i810
Version 1.3A
Serial Number 00000000

Chipset Vendor Intel Corporation
Chipset Model 82810E 810e Host-Hub Interface and Memory Controller
South Bridge 82801AA 8xx Chipset LPC Interface Bridge
SMBus Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset SMBus Controller @04C0h

CPU Intel Celeron
Cpu Socket Socket 370 [Socket 370 ]
Processor Upgrade
Max CPU Speed 800 MHz

System Slots 3 PCI

OnBoard devices
Video (Enabled) Intel Corporation
Sound (Enabled) YAMAHA Audio
Sound (Enabled) AC97 Audio
<unknown> (Enabled) AC97 Modem

Memory Summary
Maximum Memory Module Size 512 MBytes
Maximum Capacity 1024 MBytes
Memory Slots 2
Name Physical Memory Array

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Property Value
Number of CPU(s) One Physical Processor / One Core / One Logical Processor
Vendor GenuineIntel
CPU Full Name Intel Celeron
CPU Code Name Coppermine-128K
Technology 0.18µ
Platform Name Socket 370
Type Original OEM processor
FSB Mode SDR
Platform ID 4
Microcode ID 08
Type ID 0
CPU Clock 768.39
System Bus Clock 66.82
System Clock 66.82
Multiplier 11.50
Original Clock 766.67
Original Bus Clock 66.67
Original System Clock 66.67
Original Multiplier 11.50
Overclock 0.22%
L2 Cache Speed 768.39 MHz
L2 Cache Speed Full
CPU Family / Model / Stepping 6 / 8 / 6
Brand ID 01
L1 I-Cache 16 KB
L1 D-Cache 16 KB
L2 Cache 128 KB
RDMSR CD400000 00000000 00000000 00000000
MMX Yes
SSE Yes
SSE2 No
SSE3 No
SSSE3 No
DualCore No
HyperThreading No
IA-64 No
Intel 64 (EM64T) No
XD No
VT No
SpeedStep No
Architecture x86



Supports Intel® Celeron™ PPGA processors with 128 kb of cache. Speeds supported are 366, 400, 433, 466, 500, 533, 566, 600, 633, 667, 700 MHz and higher, with a bus speed of 66MHz packaged in a Plastic Pin Grid Array (PPGA) 370-pin module which includes processor core, 32 kbyte of first level cache and 128kb of second level cache (Pipeline Burst Static RAM).
Supports Intel® Pentium® III Coppermine FC-PGA (Flip-Chip Pin Grid Array) processors. Speeds supported are 500, 550, 600, 650, 700, 750, 800, 850 MHz and faster with a clock speed of 100MHz and 600, 667, 733, 800, 867, 933 MHz and faster with a clock speed of 133MHz. The type of processor that has been pre-installed on your system, depends on the configuration you have purchased.
Backward compatible with 8086, 80286, Intel386™, Intel486™, Pentium and Pentium Pro processors.
Includes Intel® MMX™ media enhancement technology.

Property Value
Manufacturer Gigabyte
Model i810
Version 1.3A
Serial Number 00000000

Chipset Vendor Intel Corporation
Chipset Model 82810E 810e Host-Hub Interface and Memory Controller
South Bridge 82801AA 8xx Chipset LPC Interface Bridge
SMBus Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset SMBus Controller @04C0h

CPU Intel Celeron
Cpu Socket Socket 370 [Socket 370 ]
Processor Upgrade
Max CPU Speed 800 MHz

System Slots 3 PCI

OnBoard devices
Video (Enabled) Intel Corporation
Sound (Enabled) YAMAHA Audio
Sound (Enabled) AC97 Audio
<unknown> (Enabled) AC97 Modem

Memory Summary
Maximum Memory Module Size 512 MBytes
Maximum Capacity 1024 MBytes
Memory Slots 2
Name Physical Memory Array

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PCI SLOTS
Bus/Dev./Func. Type Class Type Manufacturer Device Name Sub System Device Vendor Sub System Device Name
00 / 00 / 00 PCI PCI to HOST Bridge Intel Corporation 82810E 810e Host-Hub Interface and Memory Controller Intel Corporation
00 / 01 / 00 PCI VGA Controller Intel Corporation 82810E 810e Graphics Controller Giga-Byte Technology
00 / 30 / 00 PCI PCI to PCI Bridge Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset Hub to PCI Bridge
00 / 31 / 00 PCI PCI to ISA Bridge Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset LPC Interface Bridge
00 / 31 / 01 PCI Bus Master IDE controller Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset IDE Controller Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset IDE Controller
00 / 31 / 02 PCI USB (UHCI) Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset USB Controllers Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset USB Controllers
00 / 31 / 03 PCI SMBus Controller Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset SMBus Controller Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset SMBus Controller
00 / 31 / 05 PCI Audio Device Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset AC'97 Audio Controller Giga-Byte Technology SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio
00 / 31 / 06 PCI Hayes Compatible Modem Intel Corporation 82801AA 8xx Chipset AC'97 PCI Modem Giga-Byte Technology 82801AA 8xx Chipset AC'97 PCI Modem




RAM

Property Value
Memory Summary
Maximum Memory Module Size 512 MBytes
Maximum Capacity 1024 MBytes
Memory Slots 2
Name Physical Memory Array


Device Locator Slot 1
Manufacturer Micron Technology
Part Number 4LSDT864AG-133B1
Serial Number 5212F03C
Capacity 64 MBytes
Memory Type SDRAM
Data Width 64 bits
Voltage LVTTL (not 5V tolerant)
Error Correction None
Refresh Normal (15.625 µs)
Manufacturing Date 2001, Week 10
EPP SPD Support No


Device Locator Slot 2
Manufacturer SpecTek Incorporated
Serial Number 2357C201
Capacity 128 MBytes
Memory Type SDRAM
Data Width 64 bits
Voltage LVTTL (not 5V tolerant)
Error Correction None
Refresh Normal (15.625 µs)
Manufacturing Date 2002, Week 10
EPP SPD Support No

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Posted 05 November 2008 - 07:57 AM

Did you actually check any temperatures...to see if it is overheating?

Did you apply the proper amount of thermal paste when you changed the processor?

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Posted 05 November 2008 - 08:11 AM

could be that i dont have the right fan and heat sink
becasue my friend only had the cpu
so am just using the fan and heat sink that came with my computer

what the hell is thermal paste and where do i get it from
i thought that may have some thing to do with it but i didit know what it was

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Posted 05 November 2008 - 08:19 AM

A decent guide: http://compreviews.about.com/od/tutorials/ss/DIYCPU.htm

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Posted 06 November 2008 - 04:56 AM

https://kbscomputer.com/store/images/sl3xy.jpg
so i put the thermal paste on the blue thing in the middle

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Posted 06 November 2008 - 10:31 AM

Sorry, I'm not familiar with Pentium processors (haven't seen one since my P166 first computer)...wait for clarification from someone who is familiar with such.

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Posted 08 November 2008 - 09:27 PM

ah looks like it needed themal paste
the p3 is working great now thanks guys

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Posted 09 November 2008 - 09:35 AM

Thanks for the feedback, happy computing :thumbsup:.

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