Last edited by Bambooozled: They were some of the most power hungry chips ever made. N is not a model number but a designation of conformity ACA supplier code. The idea being that I would remove the old pentium, and replace it with the core 2 duo, but of course there will probably be compatibility issues, so I have spent the last hour googling trying to find this exact model of the N processor, and work out what it does and does not support processor wise. Wipe it and reinstall. But it will support Pentium D’s which are dual core. Curse Help Register Sign In.
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Wipe it and reinstall.
Last edited by Banksy N is not a model number but a designation of conformity ACA supplier code. Now, I don’t have a replacement Intel Pentium 4 HT around my house, but I do have a msi motherboard n1996 core 2 duo don’t ask me the clock speed, as I can’t remember.
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Rollback Post to Revision RollBack. CPUs dont get slower unless they have to throttle themselves because of core temperatures being too high.
Core i5 K 4. Curse Help Register Sign In. I would surprised if the prcoessor did ever work again, as the PC was left on solidly for 3 years.
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Actually, I msi motherboard n1996 replaced the HDD, as it was far to small to be of any use, I have a msi motherboard n1996 newer GB one installed, also, I won’t be using XP on it, I will be using Ubuntu as it is less resource intensive, but thank you for the advice, the thermal paste, I have seen that stuff in a shop near my house. It is an Intel Pentium 4 HT clocked at 3.
I am wondering if anyone can help me as I am not experienced with this sort of thing, I will try to get a picture of the socket, but I am having trouble getting the heat sync off I’m sure N19966 can figure that out XD.
The idea being that I would remove the old pentium, and replace it with the core 2 duo, but of course there will probably be compatibility issues, so I have spent the last hour googling trying to find this msi motherboard n1996 model msi motherboard n1996 the N processor, and work out what it does and does not support processor wise.
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Granted your Msi motherboard n1996 can handle it of course. Of course, the other culprit for those old P4 XP machines is simply an old fragmented hard drive.
Last edited by Bambooozled: But it will support Pentium D’s which are dual core. As for msi motherboard n1996 P4 you currently have, since it is running slow, I’d be willing to wager your thermal paste has dried up over the years and now the chip is overheating.
All the components are fine, except the processor, which is pretty much dead, and VERY slow it was used in an office and not switched off for 3 years.