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SHAZAM
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎10-09-2010
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Upgrade help of HP d330 DT

Hello:

 

 

  what is the maximum upgrade of proessor that can be done on a Hp Compaq d330DT?
i upgraude its bios version from 1.11 to 2.44

i currently have

System ModelHP d330 DT(DC580AV)
System TypeX86-based PC

                                                               BIOS Version                      786B2 v2.44

                                                               Release                              Date8/7/2008

                                    Processor     Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz  GenuineInte  533 MHz




 

                                                              Ram                                    1024MB

How much i increase my ram memory

What are the types of CPU accepted

thank you

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Paul Tikkanen
Posts: 3,396
Registered: ‎04-11-2007
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Re: Upgrade help of HP d330 DT

Hi:

 

The fastest processor you can install in a d330 is the Pentium 4 3.2GHz/800FSB/512KB HT processor. The sSpec I use for the upgrade is the SL6WG processor.

 

Here is the link the the specifications on your PC:

 

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/11647_div/11647_div.HTML

 

Here is the list of supported processors:

 

Intel Celeron Processors with 400-MHz Front Side Bus, 128KB L2 cacheSlim TowerDesktopMicrotower
2.0-GHz
X
X
X
2.1-GHz
X
X
X
2.2-GHz
X
X
X
2.3-GHz
X
X
X
2.4-GHz
X
X
X
2.5-GHz
X
X
X
2.6-GHz
X
X
X
2.8-GHz
X
X
X
Intel Pentium 4 Processors with 533-MHz Front Side Bus, 512KB L2 cache   
2.4-GHz (without HyperThread)
X
X
X
2.53-GHz (without HyperThread)
X
X
X
2.66-GHz (without HyperThread)
X
X
X
2.8-GHz (without HyperThread)
X
X
X
3.06-GHz (with HyperThread)
X
X
X
Intel Pentium 4 Processors with 800-MHz Front Side Bus, 512KB L2 cache with HyperThread   
2.4-GHz
X
X
X
2.6-GHz
X
X
X
2.8-GHz
X
X
X
3.0-GHz
X
X
X
3.2-GHz
X
X
X
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