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What are my options for processor upgrade (Acer VeritonM275)

clintbarton728clintbarton728 Posts: 26Member New User
edited August 10 in Veriton
I have a Acer VeritonM275 it's a Pentium Dual Core Processor 2.8 ghz E5500 I want to upgrade it with this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0793DYTCQ/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 but if I can't what are my options

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  • egydiocoelhoegydiocoelho Posts: 2,529 Pathfinder
    edited August 10 Accepted Answer
    Verifique com aida64 também!
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  • egydiocoelhoegydiocoelho Posts: 2,529ACE Pathfinder
    edited August 10
    It supports these processors: 

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    Se você gostou da minha resposta, marque como solução clicando em promover!  
     :)
  • clintbarton728clintbarton728 Posts: 26Member New User
    It supports these processors: 

    can you link me to a 3.5ghz processor that I can buy on amazon?
  • Confirm before if the chipset is even intel g41 using aida64!
    Oi! Eu não sou sou a cortana! Mas estou aqui para ajudar!
    Se você gostou da minha resposta, marque como solução clicando em promover!  
     :)
  • clintbarton728clintbarton728 Posts: 26Member New User
    Confirm before if the chipset is even intel g41 using aida64!
    How do i check

  • Rudy21Rudy21 Posts: 396Ally
    @clintbarton728

    Please follow the steps below.

    1. Start menu > right-click on My Computer > choose Properties.
    2. Click on the Hardware Tab > Device Manager button.
    3. In the Device Manager, open the category that says: IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. You will see your chipset brand there. It could say Intel, VIA, NVidea, SiS, ALI, etc. This is the chipset brand that you have. It may also be possible to find out which model chipset you have.
    4. In the Device Manager, open the category System devices.
    5. In that category, find the driver listing for the chipset for System and Graphics Controller, or Processor to AGP Controller. It may say something like these examples:
      • Intel(r)82810eDC-133 System and Graphics Controller, which would mean you have an Intel 810e chipset.
      • Intel(R)82865G\PE\P Processor to AGP Controller, which would mean that you have an Intel 865G/PE/P chipset.
    Keep in mind that it may not be possible to identify all brands and models of chipsets, but the above methods will identify quite a few.
    =) Click on "Like" if you find my answer useful if this answers your question, please hit the Accept Answer =)
  • clintbarton728clintbarton728 Posts: 26Member New User
    Rudy21 said:
    @clintbarton728

    Please follow the steps below.

    1. Start menu > right-click on My Computer > choose Properties.
    2. Click on the Hardware Tab > Device Manager button.
    3. In the Device Manager, open the category that says: IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. You will see your chipset brand there. It could say Intel, VIA, NVidea, SiS, ALI, etc. This is the chipset brand that you have. It may also be possible to find out which model chipset you have.
    4. In the Device Manager, open the category System devices.
    5. In that category, find the driver listing for the chipset for System and Graphics Controller, or Processor to AGP Controller. It may say something like these examples:
      • Intel(r)82810eDC-133 System and Graphics Controller, which would mean you have an Intel 810e chipset.
      • Intel(R)82865G\PE\P Processor to AGP Controller, which would mean that you have an Intel 865G/PE/P chipset.
    Keep in mind that it may not be possible to identify all brands and models of chipsets, but the above methods will identify quite a few.

  • clintbarton728clintbarton728 Posts: 26Member New User
    Rudy21 said:
    @clintbarton728

    Please follow the steps below.

    1. Start menu > right-click on My Computer > choose Properties.
    2. Click on the Hardware Tab > Device Manager button.
    3. In the Device Manager, open the category that says: IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. You will see your chipset brand there. It could say Intel, VIA, NVidea, SiS, ALI, etc. This is the chipset brand that you have. It may also be possible to find out which model chipset you have.
    4. In the Device Manager, open the category System devices.
    5. In that category, find the driver listing for the chipset for System and Graphics Controller, or Processor to AGP Controller. It may say something like these examples:
      • Intel(r)82810eDC-133 System and Graphics Controller, which would mean you have an Intel 810e chipset.
      • Intel(R)82865G\PE\P Processor to AGP Controller, which would mean that you have an Intel 865G/PE/P chipset.
    Keep in mind that it may not be possible to identify all brands and models of chipsets, but the above methods will identify quite a few.

  • egydiocoelhoegydiocoelho Posts: 2,529ACE Pathfinder
    edited August 10 Accepted Answer
    Verifique com aida64 também!
    Oi! Eu não sou sou a cortana! Mas estou aqui para ajudar!
    Se você gostou da minha resposta, marque como solução clicando em promover!  
     :)
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