07-26-2008 01:11 PM
quelle est l'upgrade maximum que l'on peut faire sur un evo D510 E-pc ?
le fsb se règle t'il avec les 3 switchs bleus ?
quels sont les types de CPU acceptés
machine translation in English:
what is the maximum upgrade that can be done on a evo D510 E-pc?
does fsb change with 3 switches blue?
What are the types of CPU accepted
07-26-2008 04:21 PM
The D510E-pc will accept up to the Pentium 4 3.06 GHz
You may need to update the BIOS available here:
Hope this helps.
07-27-2008 12:23 AM
je parle trÃ¨s mal l'anglais.
pourriez vous m'expliquer simplement les diffÃ©rentes Ã©tapes pour flasher le bios ?
si je met de la DDR PC3200 fonctionnera elle Ã 400Mhz, ou doit on modifier quelque chose ?
est-ce que tous les types de Pentium 4 sont compatibles ?
machine translation in English:
thank you for your reply.
I speak very little English.
could you just explain the different steps to flash bios?
if I put the DDR PC3200 operate it at 400Mhz, or should we change something?
Is it that all types of Pentium 4 are compatible?
07-29-2010 09:15 AM
I would like you to confirm that EVO D510 epc will work with 3.06 533 bus. I have the latest bios 1.05 and i found that latest bios adds c1 stepping support but this is implied and not clearly stated.
Thanks in advance
07-29-2010 12:40 PM
According to the quickspecs (link below), the d510 SFF and CMT support processors with a 533 FSB, but the e-PC only supports processors with a 400MHz FSB.
Also according to the quickspecs, the highest supported processor in the CMT or SFF is the P4 2.8/533.
The chipset supports up to a 3.06/533/512 processor, but I see no info on the BIOS update releases that says the BIOS supports hyperthreading technology. Perhaps the microcode update also adds support for hypherthreading technology. You can't see an option to enable or disable hyperthreading in the BIOS until you install an HT enabled processor.
I have a Dell GX260 with the Intel 845 Chipset. It has the P4 3.06 HT processor and it works fine.
However, like I wrote above, according to the specs, your particular PC will not run any 533 MHz processor, let alone a 3.06.
10-16-2010 11:56 AM
As I replied to you in my previous post, the d510 E-PC only supports processors with a 400 MHz FSB. You are trying to install a processor with a 533MHz FSB. It will not work. Please review the link to the specifications on your PC in my above post.
|Processor and Speed - One of the following|
|Intel Celeron Processors with 400-MHz Front Side Bus, 128KB L2 cache|
|Intel Pentium 4 Processors with 400-MHz Front Side Bus, 256KB L2 cache|
|Intel Pentium 4 Processors with 400-MHz Front Side Bus, 512KB L2 cache|
|Intel Pentium 4 Processors with 533-MHz Front Side Bus, 512KB L2 cache 2.26-GHz|
10-17-2010 02:47 PM
10-17-2010 03:36 PM
One would think so, but no, I don't believe they will. There is a BIOS limitation. They don't want you to upgrade further than what is listed. If you have those processors hand,y or they are extremely inexpensive you can give it a try. But be 99% prepared to be dissapointed.
01-12-2011 01:20 PM
The 2.8 processer does "work" in the D510 Evo e-PC, but it has D1 stepping so when you run the Performance Analyser in Windows 7, the analyser doesn't complete. Other than that it seems to work great.
I wonder if the 3.0 processors with C1 stepping would work flawlessly?
01-12-2011 02:56 PM
One can only guess since both the 2.8 and 3.0/400 processors are not listed as one of the available processors in thd E-PC.
You state the 2.8 D stepping processor does work. I would guess the 3.0/400 stepping C processor would also work.
Flawlessly? I don't know. Many of the supported processors have the C stepping code so maybe it would but I think some have the D and B stepping code as well.
Good luck finding one though.