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Upgrding an Emachines cpu

by 19dullesdrivedumontnj0762 / February 5, 2006 5:25 AM PST

I had recently got an Emachines T6412 with an AMD athlon 64 3400+ and I believe that that cpu has a 754 pin socket type, but SiSoftware sandra and other informational programs like cpu-Z, is reporting that it is pluged into a 939 slot. I do eventually want to upgrade the cpu and I need to know what socket it is. If it is 754 I will get an amd athlon 64 3700+, and if it is 939 I want to get the 4000+. and I don't want to go out and buy a new cpu to find out that it is the wrong socket type, so if you can please clear this up for me, I'd appreciate it.

ps. the mother board is a Micro-Star Ms-7184

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MSI 7184
by Stan Chambers / February 5, 2006 8:22 AM PST

The 7184 is an OEM board made for Emachines. You will need to check with Emachines for the specs. for that model. MSI offers no support for OEM versions.

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Another option
by VAPCMD / February 5, 2006 8:51 AM PST

If you can't see the CPU type during bootup and you cannot tell from you system DOCs, download and run
CPU-Z. It will give you detailed info about the CPU which should help you to determine the exact CPU type.

Will this affect your current warranty ?

Let us know.

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I resolved the problem
by 19dullesdrivedumontnj0762 / February 5, 2006 9:28 AM PST
In reply to: Another option

I contacted Emachines and they assisted me in determinig the pin count. Thanx for your help.

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Thanks for the feedback...
by VAPCMD / February 5, 2006 9:51 AM PST
In reply to: I resolved the problem

Don't forget to try CPU-Z...it gives some very valuable info about the CPU, the motherboard and the RAM.

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Upgrding an Emachines cpu
by consaka / March 4, 2006 6:15 AM PST

It is a 939 Socket..

If you would like to know all of your CPU specs and most Mobo Specs Download CPU-Z fromhttp://www.cpuid.com/download/cpu-z-132.zip you need WinRAR to unzip the file

My machine is an Emachines 3500+ with same MOBO and a AMD Athlon 64...Socket 939

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