You can connect your IPod to Asus laptop with I3 processor, you will have to install ITunes or similar program, if you want to access your IPod.
I have an ASUS P5G MX with dualcore E2180. It is very goodfor my needs. Paulian ROMANIA
Macbook... because it is fast and it has a better processor.
My budget is about 400$
Yes. This motherboard supports the AMD Athlon 64 X2. I believe the Athlon 64 X2 4800+ is the fastest processor this board will support.
socket LGA 775 - Pentium D 805 ONLY - D is Dual Core This is a Pentium 4 HT processor - motherboard supports up to 3.6GHz HT is Hyper Threading Motherboard is Asus OEM for HP Media Centre m1190uk Desktop
The latest processor, the Intel Core i7, only supports ram in multiples of 3 (e.g. 3GB, 6GB, 9GB, etc). Any motherboard using the Intel X58 chipset will support the Core i7.Three popular motherboard choices are (but there are still many others out there):EVGA E760 ClassifiedASUS Rampage II ExtremeGIGABYTE EX58-UD5
The processor model is not at all indicative of who your motherboard manufacturer is. Intel licenses their processor technology to many other companies, such as ASUS, Abit, Apple, and MSI.
The Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is a computer tablet that has a quad core 1.4 GHz processor. Also available is the IdeaTab K2 tablet with a quad-core ARM processor.
The Intel core i7 processor processes data at at least 3 gigahertz. Laptops with this processor are such as the Asus K52JT-XT1 and the HP Envy 15-1050nr.
The i5 processor contains a very descent HD4000 graphics processor that allows gaming. It is not for hardcore gaming. An additional graphics card makes the laptop a good gaming one...go for it !!
The Asus A7S333 Mainboard is a Socket A board. The Athlon 64 X2 Processor is a Socket AM2. Since they are of different socket types. They should not be compatible.
No! The Asus P5Q PRO Turbo motherboard has the Intel LGA775 processor socket, which supports the Intel Core 2, Cerleron Dual-core, and Pentium Dual-core processor families. Your FSB (Front Side Bus) speed is also too slow for the Core I7 CPU.
Asus is their own company. Asus makes Asus.
I am going to assume you're being technical and using the term CPU meaning the processor specifically. Usually when you buy a motherboard located somewhere in the specifications it will tell you what "socket" the motherboard supports. Just like how only US electrical plugs will fit into US electrical outlets, it is the same for motherboards. For example, the Asus Intel P965 Motherboard states it supports socket 775 processors. Usually the motherboard will have the processor it supports in the title name, this one being Asus Intel. So by buying that motherboard you would go and buy a processor, that's made by Intel, with a socket 775 fit. Unfortunately technology has its limitations, so if you buy a motherboard and your socket becomes outdated, you will probably have to buy a new motherboard to accommodate the new sockets if you ever want to upgrade the processor. On the plus side, motherboards aren't all that expensive. However, processors ARE expensive, especially if you plan to go over 2 Gigahertz in speed. The Intel Core 2 Extreme Processor E6800 2.93 GHz processor costs $1,049.99, according to Best Buy. So, make sure you plan your computer investments wisely.
No. The ASUS P5GD1-VM motherboard uses an Intel 915 chipset, which is too old for a Core 2 Quad (or even a Core 2 Duo). Probably the best processor you could get running on that board would be a Pentium Extreme Edition 840.
I think it can't. Asus Radeon 9200 SE(like my GigaBute one) supports only AGP v3.0. ECS's P4VXASD2 only 1.0 See Also: faqfarm
The Asus Laptop with Intel Pentium Processor is a good game computer and is a popular brand among gamers.
Only just, but I would still upgrade it as soon as possible.
Not necessarily. Support for the Pentium 4 was removed from the P35 and later chipsets, thus they may not run on such boards.
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