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Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. What Motherboard has the most CPU's? I don't know if the term 'Beawolf' is used much these days, just imaging a whole network of quad processors. If it would work, it would certainly give me an 'edge' in doing antenna configurations with NEC-II :- While the computer's CPU's run in the backgrould, I could play "Solitaire" or "Majong" Respectfully submitted, Regards, "Brother Buck" This is a formal notice that at no time were any lawyers harmed.
Last edited by BuckNekkid; at PM. Reason: spelling. Almost all processors these days have more than one core. You're probably already doing this right now. We used to build processor boards with 48 processors on it. Then we'd stack those boards in cabinets so that the total would end up being pretty high. Some of them were used for air traffic control systems. We needed to be darn sure of every calculations so most of that was 8 way redundant. We currently use mini supercomputers in about locations across the US just to decode images.
Each one is site designed but may range from processors to maybe or more. Many companies everyday use specialized systems that are built as one of a kind for their use. These systems are all parallel processing. Your antenna work has been done decades ago by the military. Although antenna and propagation was known way before, there are still some needs for models for various reasons. If it were updated to maybe gpu rendering you could create a system just for this.
Until then a fast processor that is good with arithmetic would be the best choice. Originally Posted by BuckNekkid. Its going to need a non-standard case, those boards are H-U-G-E, and so on.
Answered: Can I use one CPU in a dual processor motherboard?
Now for the reason why you shouldnt, even if you've got the money. Real answer- Like verigoth posted, multi-core CPUs are common now. In fact, you have to look around to find single core CPUs now, and they are the cheapest things you can get. If salasi and jefro are right, and I am reading the posts correctly, having multipule cores isnt going to help with NEC-II unless you are running multipule instances of it anyway.
Most servers arent made to run one application fast, they are made to run many applications or many instances of one aplication reliably and without errors. It might have 16 cores, but if your application is single core only, you get 1 x 2. With modern multi core CPUs, you should be able to run NEC-II or most anything else in the background and still be able to play solitaire, majong or even much more demanding games without any problems. Last edited by cascade9; at AM.
Difference in terminology. Hi All, I think there might be some confusion as to MY meaning of a socket is and y'all's definition of a socket is. To me, a socket is the multiple pins lock-down cpu holder, like a Socket 7 or more modern. The CPU plugs into the physical socket on the Mother board. Now, if you take a quad-core, that would be 4 processors in the cpu chip. Take that, and add another socket and that would give you and 8-core processors, add 2 more and that would give you 16 processors.
So, shouldn't your computer run 16 times as fast? I'm just 'day-dreaming' here, now. How about hooking up RISC computers? Maybe one day, but not today, LOL! Respectfully submitted, Regards, "Uncle Buck" Yes, I'm the crazy Uncle your family never talks about, he,he,he. You could have any supercomputer but the software you have may not even support more than one processor. More time spent shuffling stuff about. And writing software is a real pain because it becomes non deterministic. I work with real data and it has to be correct, coding and debugging multiple threads just is not worth the time and effort.
CPUs are so fast now it's easier to keep it simple. I daresay stuff like weather modelling needs it but I would guess they have a massive team of brilliant engineers working on it. Originally Posted by salasi. As far as I can tell, we are all using nearly the correct definition of a socket, so if you are using a different one, you're wrong. Hi "Guys" and "Gals", I was just "day-dreaming" about this, but I'm glad to know the information. I know others that use it in designing antennas.
I've done it the old-fshion way: formulas and calculating on paper, LOL.
Choosing a Motherboard
I'm trying to figure out if I still want to use a dual-core Asus board I have or just outright buy a whole, new desktop computer. One thing I do want is a tower case and NO side window. The tower case will go under my Operatiing Desk. I already know what the insides will look like, so I don't need to see it again, LOL! I prefer black cases with a more than adaquate power supply to run everything.
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I'm going to have to wait until after the 1st when my check comes in, but I'm ordering a 2 gigs of PC Ram for the Dell and get Xbuntu on this one. If it seems to do the work , then I'll start saving for the new desktop. Respectfully submitted, Regards, "Buck".
Answered: Can I use one CPU in a dual processor motherboard?
Originally Posted by cascade9. I'll put it a different way to salasi. HP Customer Support. Select your model. How does HP install software and gather data? This document can help in removing and replacing a processor.
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Use it in addition to the information that comes with a new processor. Be sure to read the instructions that come with the new processor before installing. Before you begin Make sure you have a processor that is compatible with your motherboard. For more information, see Step 1: Determining which processors are compatible with the motherboard.
If adding or reusing a processor-cooling fan, get a tube of thermal grease from the local computer supply store. Use an antistatic wrist strap and a conductive foam pad to eliminate or reduce damage from static electricity. Be careful not to slide skin along any interior metal edge of the computer. To reduce the chance of ESD damage, work over a non-carpeted floor, use a static dissipative work surface such as a conductive foam pad , and wear an ESD wrist strap connected to a grounded surface. Step 1: Determining which processors are compatible with the motherboard Before getting a new processor, find out if it is compatible with your motherboard.
For most HP and Compaq desktop computers, the product specifications page lists the types of processors that are compatible with the motherboard.
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For some models, you must check the motherboard specifications. Go to the product specifications page for your computer model.
To find the specifications, type the computer model and the word "specifications" into the Question or keywords field at the top of this page. Press the Enter key or click the arrows next to the Question or keywords field. In the product specifications page, look for a section titled Processor upgrade information.
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If the specifications do not have a section titled Processor upgrade information , follow these steps to find the information:. Type the name of the motherboard and the word "specifications" into the Question or keywords field at the top of this page. On the motherboard specifications page, look for a CPU or Processor section and take note of the information listed.