No, you cant upgrade Pentium 3 to Pentium 4 cause the Pentium 4 motherboard is not compatible to any Pentium 3 motherboard. The things you can upgrade in your Pentium 3 computer to become fast as Pentium 4 is the memory and harddrive.
I think, there is an available mother board for Pentium 4 with ddr2 slot.
Depending on its age, either SDR SDRAM, DDR, or DDR2 RAM.
A Pentium 4 processor, and a motherboard that supports it.
No, you cannot.
Not necessarily. There have been three different sockets used for Pentium 4 processors (Socket 423, Socket 478, and LGA775). They are not interchangeable without special adapters. Even when pin-compatible, motherboard updates may be necessary for the processors to actually work.
No! Pentium 4 processor has a different pin configuration than the Pentium 3 and it uses a different memory modules.
socket l775 its compatible with it
All Pentium 4 processors support SSE2.
yes it is
Yes, depending on the motherboard. Most Pentium 4 chipsets support up to 4 GB of RAM, although the motherboard may not physically support enough RAM modules.
That would require purchasing a new motherboard, processor, and power supply.
That really depends on if your motherboard and BIOS are compatible. No Pentium III processor uses a 66 MHz FSB, so if your board only supports 66 MHz, you are stuck with a cruddy Mendocino core Celeron. Celeron is also a common name for other stripped-down versions of comparable Pentiums, such as the Pentium 4. To replace these, you would need a Pentium 4, not a Pentium III.
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 Pentium MMX has a theoretical maximum of 4 GB of RAM. Realistically, no Pentium motherboard is going to support that much.
It depends on the NorthBridge of the motherboard and the socket of the P4. Most intel-processor supported DDR3 Motherboard should be able to run a pentium, but remember that Pentium4 are very slow and DDR3 is still very immature. I recommend you to rather spend more money upgrading your CPU AND MOBO, rather than moving directly to DDR3.
All members of the "Model 15" family are Pentium 4s or based on a Pentium 4 core, so yes.
No, the Pentium 3 and Pentium 4 are not only samples of 2 completely different architectures, but also use a different socket so a change between the 2 on the same motherboard is impossible.
You will at least need a new motherboard. The rest of the hardware in the Pentium II is probably so old that I would buy a new computer instead which has all new hardware.
There is no reason why the combination will not work, as there is nothing preventing an Intel processor malfunctioning with a ATI graphics card or vice versa. Just be careful that both components can fit on the motherboard.
According to the manufacturers website the 775i65G is compatible with: Intel® Core™ 2 Extreme / Core™ 2 Duo / Pentium® XE / Pentium® D / Pentium® 4 / Celeron® D, supporting Quad Core Kentsfield processors