It turned this PC into (what feels like) a low end i5. I've owned my Dell XPS 410 since the very beginning of 2007 (came with XP just before Vista launched). Last edited by scott784 on Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:56 pm, edited 1 time in total. You may also... navigate to this website
So, he should be able to put the Core 2 Duo back in it, upgrade the BIOS (see my earlier posts on the subject), then get the Core 2 Quad (Q6600, Quote #3 Sat Jun 06, 2015 8:51 pm bthylafh wrote:I've got Win10 on an upgraded Latitude E6400 at work. 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD. SimonKJones Moderator November 2012 Definitely how many awesome irrelevant LEDs it has to flash so that people can totally admire your l33t case. Then removed the quad core chip and re-installed the dual core chip[cleaned up/thermal paste'd,etc]and the machine is "back to normal" and works perfectly... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dell-xps-410-cpu-ram-upgrade-question.138434/
Dell Xps 410 Processor Upgrade
MichaelJames June 2012 For benchmark list of processors http://www.cpubenchmark.net/[email protected]+2.93GHzIs the QX6800 anything major compared to newer processors? But I have the work around documented on that issue--which I talked about a year ago on this forum. I think this....but I don't really know!I do want to ensure that I have FULL Trim Command support for my SSD on this older PC? Why buy a bare bones system?
So, hopefully, it can do you some good (fingers crossed). -- hide signature --JimC------ Reply Reply with quote Complain gs85739az OP • Contributing Member • Posts: 990 Re: Q6600 One more LUL and I'm out A Six-Faced Puzzle Wire size for double pole breakers Showing only uppercase text as labels in QGIS? Below is a list of ALL compatible CPUs, as of BIOS DXP061-020501 (which is the latest): PR173 Presler P4 915, 2.80 GHz, 2X2 MB, 800 MHz FSB, D0 UY273 Presler P4 All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get
I originally had a e series processor and then switched to the q6600, and then wanted the most i could get and found that the QX6800 would work. I would tell them just to get a new laptop. So a motherboard upgrade will be necessary. 2. There is 2 schools of thought when upgrading your computer.
Build to the best thing or max out what you have. Dell added new CPU models to BIOS version 2.5.1 from what I can see in it's fixes and enhancements description. So I don't know which to choose. My deduction are either the MB doesn't support the Q6600 chip or..maybe the Q6600 CPU is what actually got fried before when I "thought" it must have been the MB, because
Dell Xps 410 Specs
But last year, I encountered a problem with the 'Raid On' setting when doing a clean install of Win 7 on the new solid state drive. read review But last year, I encountered a problem with the 'Raid On' setting when doing a clean install of Win 7 on the new solid state drive. Dell Xps 410 Processor Upgrade That is quite a bit of difference. Perhaps I should leave well enough alone.
Hopefully, your old one was just bad and this one will be OK, as posts I've found online indicate that one should work in an XPS 410 with the latest 2.5.3 useful reference Do you know that language? If you aren't going to use the extra speed then it's definitely not worth it. Note my discussion of BIOS versions for the XPS 410 here: http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/52778247 -- hide signature --JimC------ Reply Reply with quote Complain gs85739az OP • Contributing Member • Posts: 990
Wouldn't disabling the on-board RAID via BIOS (by choosing ATA/AutoDetect) enable TRIM commands to pass through? Quote #13 Sat Jul 25, 2015 3:33 pm You know, on that note - I have an HP dc7700 (Pentium D 925, 2GB DDR2, Q965 chipset, GMA 3000) sitting around. Earlier, I had added Windows 7 Ultimate[64bit] and some extra RAM[had 4, now it has 6gigs]and a 2nd HD and I did something to the BIOS thing at that time...maybe it my review here I make decent money but I wanted the cheapest method to get a better performance so I'm going to max my machine out.
http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/52783147 So, perhaps you've got a failed CPU (rare, but it can happen) Anyway, if you want it, it's yours. Older processor architectures probably don't have the necessary instruction set. Do you do anything really processor intensive on your computer?
But, I don't know for sure.
That being said, I'm sure the AMD 8 core systems will do the job, just likely not as quickly as the i7's. I use the older AMD 6 core processor and it does the job fine for now. I am probably just going to go for the free WIn10 upgrade and see what happens. Guess the other chip is either bad[took it from an older Dell 530 Inspiron that I "thought" had a bad MB..hmmm, maybe the CPU was bad?
OC'ing isn't something I feel comfortable doing, and from what I've read, you can't OC a Dell machine anyhow.Thanks in advance guys. RIght now Mobo and power supply are the biggest things. I want to upgrade it to either a: HU585 Kentsfield Quad Core Q6600, 2.40G, 8MB, 1066FSB, B30 or MP626 Kentsfield Quad Core Q6600, 2.40G, 8MB, 1066FSB, G0 My question is this: http://mffonline.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-studio-desktop-8gb-tri-channel-ddr3-question.php omnipanzerApr 26, 2011, 1:24 AM What is the time frame on those Uther?
Two screws to undo the heatsink, pop the old CPU out, put new one and lock it down. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/dell-xps-410-motherboard.94207/ For information the latest BIOS is v 2.5.3- no informatio as to what the changes are, but it is marked as urgent. As mentioned in my previous post, not only did I find posts about the Q6600 (2.4Ghz Core 2 Quad the OP wants to use) as being supported in later BIOS updates, has access to more reliable sources (not some SWAG :), unbeknownst to me, i will gladly delete my post to avoid any confusion here. –Molly7244 Jan 16 '10 at 16:30
Moderators: Flying Fox, Ryu Connor Post Reply Print view scott784 Gerbil First Class Topic Author Posts: 110 Joined: Sun Nov 30, 2008 11:43 pm Dell XPS 410 and upgrade to You'll find it under the BIOS section on their Downloads Page here: http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/product/xps-410 Direct Link to BIOS Version 2.5.3 for the XPS 410 http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/19/DriverDetails/Product/xps-410?driverId=R172927&osCode=NAA&fileId=2731118877&languageCode=EN&categoryId=BI -- hide signature --JimC------ Reply Reply Let us know if it works for you. Runs like a champ, so there's a good chance yours will run it.
And with the work around (as I previously posted), Device Manager shows (under the Storage controllers) folder: Intel(R) Desktop/Workstation/Server Express Chipset SATA RAID ControllerBut to the point made on here earlier I hear wonderful things about Intel, but they have 8 core AMD processors for the same price as some Intel quad cores, or cheaper. The Q6600 gets 62 and 231 in R15. I just bought a super laptop with one of the highest graphics card to use HFu2 and HF ESPictures November 2012 The way I see it, I can spend a little
And it does seem a tad faster/smoother than 7.Unfortunately, I also have a HP DC7600 from 2006 (Pentium 4 524, 2GB DDR2, 82945G/945G chipset, GMA 900) that runs Windows 7 64-bit acdtech's gear list:acdtech's gear list Sony SLT-A77 Pentax K-50 Reply Reply with quote Complain Forum ‹Previous12Next› Threaded view Keyboard shortcuts: FForum MMy threads Have your sayHave Your Say: Best I need to now decide if I want an Intel or AMD processor. But the issue was resolved (which I talked about on here a year ago).One thing I am good at is backups.
Cleaned the CPU with the two stage Artic cleaner and then applied a thin layer of thermal paste, re-installed the chip, when pushing the power button, the PC just rev'd up TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds.