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miknz
29-07-2003, 09:27 PM
Just wondering if it is possible to upgrade my processor, over the past year or so I have upgraded ram and hd so really yhe next thing is the processor. pc is about 5 y/o and is an HP 6320.
Not sure on mobo specs or anything like that sorry

Mike

Steve Askew
29-07-2003, 10:27 PM
basically you have upgraded it about as far as you can go.
From what I could find out Your motherboard is made by ASUS to HP specs & therefore their is nothing to be found at ASUS site.
Also from what I could find your PC has a 333Mhz Celeron & as far as I know it would probably only support up to a 433Mhz celeron If you can work out jumper settings.(Pentium went to 100Mhz FSB from 350Mhz I think?)
I have a HP 6701 & its been upgraded like yours, The next upgrade which is underway now is a new case Motherboard ETC. & definitly nothing proprietary like HP, Compaq, Dell Etc
Cheers Steve

godfather
29-07-2003, 10:31 PM
Specs were:

Model number
D7192A

Base processor
300A MHz Intel Celeron microprocessor

Chipset
Intel 440EX

Supported operation systems (OS/NOS)
Microsoft (R) Windows 98

Memory
Standard
48 MB (SDRAM)

Maximum
256 MB (2 x 128 MB DIMM)

Speed
66 MHz/10 ns SDRAM only

Sockets
2 - 168 pin

Size
16, 32, 64, or 128 MB DIMMs

Pairs Required
No

Type Supported
Intel 1.0 compliant



Cache memory
Primary
32 KB

Secondary Level (Max.)
128 KB Standard

Upgrade Sockets
None



Video memory
Video Graphics
PCI Local Bus

Video Memory
2 MB SGRAM (not upgradeable)

Video Memory Type
ATI VT4

Feature Connector
Yes

Resolutions 2 MB Video RAM
Video resolutions dependent upon specific display used

640 x 480
16/256/32 K/64 K/16.7 M colors

800 x 600
16/256/32 K/64 K colors

1024 x 768
16/256/32 K/64 K colors

1280 x 1024
256 colors

Hard drive
Enhanced IDE
4.0 GB

CD-ROM drive
Speed
32x speed (maximum)

Access Speed
90 ms

Transfer Rate
4800 Kbps

Fax data modem
Fax Speed
Up to 14.4 Kbps

Data Speed
K56 Flex Technology data/fax (v 90)

Plug and Play
Yes

Hayes Compatible
Yes

Data Compression
V.42 bis

Error Correction
V.42

COM Port (default)
2

IRQ (default)
3

EIA Fax Commands
Class 1

Answering Machine
No

Video Phone Receive
No

Sound/Audio
Full Duplex Speaker Phone
No

Noise Cancellation
Yes

Microphone
Included with some HP Pavilion Multimedia Displays

Compatibility
3-D Stereo Sound - 16-bit stereo industry standard compatible

Controller
Crystal Audio Chipset

Location
On Motherboard

Line Out:
Yes

3-D Spatializer
Yes

Wavetable
Yes

Tone Control
No

Keyboard
One-touch Enhanced Keyboard

External ports
Serial:
1 DB9 connector (16C550 compatible)

Parallel:
Standard bidirectional / Enhanced Capability Parallel

USB:
1 Standard Universal Serial Bus (2 ports)

Expansion slots
ISA:
2

PCI:
2

AGP:
1

Device bays available for expansion
3.5-inch, external
1

3.5-inch, internal
1

5.25-inch, external
2

5.25-inch, internal
1

Combo, external
1

Complete software package
Operating System
Windows 98

Personal Guide

Productivity and Finance
Microsoft Works

Smith/Micro QuickLink lll FAX software

Microsoft Money `98

Quicken by Intuit

HP Financial Calculator

Fun with Photos
EasyPhoto by Storm Software

Education and Reference
Microsoft Encarta 98 Encyclopedia

Entertainment
HP Pavilion Media Rack by Willow Pond

VCD Player by Mediamatics

Internet and Online Services
Internet Service Providers

Service and Support
HP Support Center

HP Pavilion Recovery Kit

VirusScan by McAfee



If memory serves me correctly, 300 or 333 was the fastest processor that chipset can handle, as its only a 66 MHz bus.

Basically not much room to upgrade.....