How to change external hard drive memory formats for Intel based imac g5?
An "Intel-based iMac G5" would be an oxymoron. The "G5" part of it's name refers to having a PowerPC processor.
The first Intel CPU to feature external cache was the Intel Pentium Pro. External cache is also referred to as L2 cache, while internal cache is called L1 cache.
The first processor to contain L2 (external) cache was the Intel Pentium Pro.
The Intel Pentium Pro.
Intel® Flex Memory Access facilitates easier upgrades by allowing different memory sizes to be populated and remain in dual-channel mode.
4gb ddr2 memory
The driver for the Intel GMA X3100 graphics adapter with Dynamic Video Memory Technology 4.0 can be downloaded directly from Intel. They allow the operating system to properly interact with the adapter and control the amount of memory available.
The phone processor should be faster as they lack the L1 memory that intel core duo have and that the graphics card is underpowered usually
I7 supports Hyper Threading, turbo memory, triple channel memory, and some new CPU instructions which makes it faster than Intel Core 2 Quad.
There is no microprocessor with !t of address memory, only virtual memory. the firt one was the 80486.
Many graphic-intensive applications (especially games) require a minimum amount of video memory in order to operate correctly (or even to run at all). So how much video memory does an Intel® chipset-based system with "integrated graphics" have? The answer: it depends. The amount of video memory is dependent upon the amount of pre-allocated memory set for your system plus something called Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT). DVMT, as its name implies, dynamically allocates system memory… Read More
If you are referring to your motherboard with Pentium III in it and you want to upgrade your processor only with Pentium IV then NO! P4 requires a different processor socket therefore a different motherboard as well as a different memory modules. You can upgrade, YES, if you change these three; motherboard, Processor and memory, which is of course pretty much the whole CPU.
The Intel 80386 can address 4 GB of physical memory and 64 TB of virtual memory.
I assume you mean an Intel Microprocessor. Intel has made many different microprocessors, starting with the 4 bit Intel 4004 in 1971 followed by the 8 bit Intel 8008 in 1972. The modern Intel Microprocessor used in PC is a 32 bit or 64 bit Microprocessor whose architecture is derived from the 8 bit Intel 8008. Some of the other Intel Microprocessor in this path of architectural evolution are the 8 bit Intel 8080, the… Read More
The Intel 8085 can address a maximum of 64kb (65536 bytes) of memory.
The Intel Pentium II did not require a certain amount of memory to be installed. Depending on the chipset and types of RAM used, you could have anywhere from 16 MB to 768 MB of RAM on your system.
intel. Flash memory was developed by Toshiba and then intel developed a flash drive from Toshiba's invention.
Intel core i7 which has 512-bit
Because Intel have intern cash memory and ther using is so quickly, then AMD dont have it.
Modern Intel chips (since at least 1990) support a flat memory model, if the OS so chooses to use it. Practically all modern OSes use that memory mode, as a flat model is simpler to deal with in software than a segmented model.
because it has four internal register and four external data bus
No it is 2.0.
64 GB of RAM.
2nd Generation intel i5 or i7 with min 4Gb Main Memory and 1Gb Graphic Memory
Is the DDR3 tri-channel memory for both AMD and Intel motherboards or is the tri-channel memory just for Intel motherboard?
Tri-channel is only supported by Intel at the moment, and I'm not sure if AMD has any plans to support it in the future. AMD motherboards will accept ddr3, assuming you have and am3 socket motherboard, but will only work in single or dual channel.
The Intel 386SX had a 32-bit internal bus with a 16-bit external bus.
It shares the computer's RAM
4GB of PC2700 or PC3200
They have different sockets and chipsets and probably different bus speeds, also they might have different kinds of memory.
Intel is a company. Technically, it is a 'semiconductor' manufacturing company. Intel makes processors, butr it also makes motherboard chipsets, network cards, flash memory, graphics chips, and various other devices related to computing, electronics and communications.
Yes, it can. But DDR3 memory support is not a CPU feature. For DDR3 support chipset is responsible. For instance, Intel x48 has DDR3 support (depends on brand as well) and it works with Intel Core 2 Duo.
It is a type of memory. RDRAM (Rambus DRAM) is a type of SDRAM (synchronous dynamic RAM) designed by the Rambus Corporation. It is a type of DDR (Dual Data Rate) memory. It was supported by Intel for use with Intel processors from year 2000 to 2003 after which Intel started supported the standard DDR memory modules instead of RDRAM modules. Since then its usage and market has significantly reduced with standard DDR and then… Read More
No! Pentium 4 processor has a different pin configuration than the Pentium 3 and it uses a different memory modules.
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Microprocessors, Flash memory , Motherboard chipsets , Network interface card , bluetooth chipsets.
LDA is an Intel 8085 opcode, 3AH, that loads that accumulator from a location specified in memory.
Intel and amd use different socket types so no you wont be able to use an Intel CPU in an amd motherboard
Yes. The Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 is 3.06 Ghz whilst the E2180 is only 2Ghz. The E6600 also has 1Mb more of cache memory than the E2180
The Intel quad core processor is super computer fast. It packs a 2GHz processing speed with a memory cache of 8M bytes and a CPU connection speed of 1.333 GHz. The Intel quad core became available in 2007.
Extended memory refers to memory on an x86 platform PC above 1 Megabyte of memory. In the Intel personal computer world, the original CPU was only able to directly address up to 640K of memory. This was called conventional memory. Above that, up to 1 megabytes, was called expanded memory. Accessing the expanded memory required additional instruction to allow for bank switching. You used special hardware to "rename" sections (banks) of the expanded memory to… Read More
The 64-bit version of windows xp run on Intel itanium chip and supports up to what gb of physical memory and up to what tb of virtual memory?
Support Physical Memory Upto 128 GB Virtual Memory Limit 16 TB
They made SRAM (static random access memory) chips and semiconductors.
RAM, or like intel cores.
128 on xp and 256 on wi7 ...open gl 2.0
Intel has released processor with a variety of bus / memory widths. The 386SX had a 16-bit data width, the 386DX and 486 had a 32-bit bus width, and the Pentium had a 64-bit data bus.
Pc's running the T5300 runat 533 FSB and 1,73 x 2 cores and maximum of 2 GB memory The T5250 runs at 1,73 x2 cores and 667 FSB allowing to run maximum of 4 GB memory. You can draw your own conclusions.
No. The pins are preset by Intel.
No. A System/370 mainframe has far less computational power and memory than even a low-end modern computer with an Intel processor
It contains a 32 bit CPU, a floating-point math coprocessor, unified instruction and data cache memory and memory management unit in a single IC.
NONE! The 80186 was an advanced version of the 8086 but did not include support for virtual memory. It had a 64K physical address space. The 80286 was the first Intel CPU to support virtual memory but it's capabilities were limited.