Processor, RAM, daughter cards, CMOS, Heat sink
No, a processor is a component that is installed on the motherboard.
Depends on what processor you're using. Go to the manufacturer's site and find the product, it should tell you the socket that the processor requires. Any motherboard with that socket will be compatible
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That would be the motherboard. The processor is plugged into the motherboard, and the motherboard is mounted in the case.
Processors don't connect to a motherboard, there are installed in a socket. What determines if a processor is compatible is the type of processor... PGA(AMD most of the time) or LGA(Intel) and the ammount of pins that are on the motherboard/processor.
processor must match the motherboard. If you want to upgrade motherboard, purchase the combination of Processor and Motherboard... been there, done that,
"845G" is a chipset, not a processor. The chipset is actually a part of the motherboard, and should be advertised in it's specs.
Many motherboards have CPUs and graphics cards (GPUs) that attach to the motherboard via sockets. Some, however, have components that are soldered on to the motherboard and not meant to be removed. ASUS ROG series computers, for example, typically utilize GPUs and CPUs that are attached to the motherboard (they do not attach with a socket). You will notice that Intel CPUs with the "HQ" designation are the chips that are soldered on to the motherboard and are not meant to be removable. Intel CPUs ending in "MQ" are removable and can be easily swapped in and out of motherboards. Examples would be "Intel Core i7-4700HQ Processor" (non-removable) or "Intel Core i7-4810MQ Processor" (removable). Some things that are almost universally attached to the motherboard for all computers would be the PCI express sockets, CPU socket and connections for peripheral devices (like USB and headphone jacks).
No, the processor that you put on the motherboard has to have the same socket as the motherboard. The socket number will be right on the the part that the processor snaps onto. You also have to check the motherboard manual to see if it is compatible with the new processor speed ( example: 1.3ghz)
The processor(s) is/are located on the motherboard.
function of the processor is to process data
If you spot the processor, it should be labeled right on there with a P4 or a PII just check the processor type and this could tell you the difference
A northbridge or memory controller is part of the motherboard that connects the processor to the main memory
A motherboard can support one processor only.
Inside the Case there will be a card Plugged into the PCI or AGP slots. If your VGA/DVI cable plugs into a card in the expansion slots then your card is removable. If not then it is on the motherboard and shares system resources
No. The processor is really.
i suggested that amd motherboard are used 64 bit processor. Intel are not used
An AM2 Socket is a type of socket used by a Processor on a motherboard. These are AMD processors, as indicated by the "AM". When you buy a motherboard and processor you must make sure that they have the same socket and that your motherboard supports the processor you have chosen. For more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Socket_AM2