Pentium Procesor 2 ghz

  ronalddonald 18:04 06 Apr 2008

Can anyone tell me if any of the processsors are stronger ormore powerful than the pentium processor 32 ghz. many thanks

  Ditch999 18:08 06 Apr 2008

There is no such thing as 32 ghz processor! If you mean a 3.2 ghz one then yes there is.

  ronalddonald 18:11 06 Apr 2008

Ditch i wrote 2ghz not 32.

  skidzy 18:13 06 Apr 2008

As Ditch says,yes there are more powerful cpu's out there but your motherboard will determine if your system can take one.

You would be looking at Core2duo/dual core/Pentium D etc....

If this is a planned upgrade to your system,post the motherboard make and model and we can check the cpu compatibility.

  ronalddonald 18:13 06 Apr 2008

Ditch sorry i meant 2ghz not 32 i think its coz i got this dumb cold thats not going away sorry.

  skidzy 18:14 06 Apr 2008

You wrote

" pentium processor 32 ghz " @ Sun, [email protected]:04

  skidzy 18:14 06 Apr 2008

oops........ cross posting.

  skidzy 18:14 06 Apr 2008

oops........ cross posting.

  Ditch999 18:19 06 Apr 2008

Anyway, as said earlier if you could put your motherboard make and model up I'm sure we will oblige although from memory if it has a 2ghz CPU you might only get it up to 2.4ghz.

  ronalddonald 18:26 06 Apr 2008

I basicaly will be buying a new pc from novatech and i just wanted something stronger than 2ghz processor that would run windows xp and sage. The sage is part of a course im doing and my laptop packed up last week so im now looking at buying a pc from novatech. I have another laptop that has xp with a celeron but for the sage software disk isnt loading onto this laptop.

  Ditch999 18:36 06 Apr 2008

If your laptop has XP and a Celeron then it should run Sage unless you have no disk space left or not enough memory. But besides that, Intels can go up to 3.6ghz but anything over Core 2 Duo 2.66ghz would suffice.

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