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just wondering the identity of this cpu

CELERON
566/128/66/1.5v
L019A006-1352 SL3W7

will this work in a HP pavillion 6745c
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I believe the 566 is the reference to it's speed.

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Processor typeIntel Celeron
Processor coreCoppermine-128
Part numberBX80526F566128
Package370-pin FC-PGA
Socket/Slot typeSocket 370
Processor speed (MHz)566
Bus speed (MHz)66
Clock multiplier8.5
L2 cache size (KB)128
Manufacturing technology (micron)0.18
Core voltage (V)1.5
Case/Junction temperature (°C)90
Core steppingB0
CPUID0683h

and yes it will work in that computer
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OK. What you're going to want to do is download cpu-z from http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php , run it on your HP, and see the "Socket". It is likely 478 or 775, it can even be 370. Then, from looking at your second line, I think (though I am not an Intel expert) that you have a 533MHz Celeron. I think that this chip of yours is a S370. If your HP also is a S370, then yes. Otherwise, no. By the way, tell us what your current chip us, because your current chip might actually be better than that Celeron.
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OK. What you're going to want to do is download cpu-z from http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php , run it on your HP, and see the "Socket". It is likely 478 or 775, it can even be 370. Then, from looking at your second line, I think (though I am not an Intel expert) that you have a 533MHz Celeron. I think that this chip of yours is a S370. If your HP also is a S370, then yes. Otherwise, no. By the way, tell us what your current chip us, because your current chip might actually be better than that Celeron.
that hp is a socket 370 link

but the processor its supposed to come with is faster....
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chucks, that sucks! The Hp is a socket 370 celeron 700 mhz cpu.
Its my mother in laws. I am building her a p4 equipped pc this week. I bought it for 75 dollars. Its a socket 478 but its better than what she has, heres the specs, P4 cpu 2 ghz, radeon 9200 agp, dynex 5.1 sound, 2 gb ram pc 3200, antec case with 450w psu, no mobo yet. I am still shopping for one. Maybe a Biostar. She is not a OCer or gamer just a internet checker. This will be better for her. As long as I can play WOW on her puter Im ok with it.
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post #7 of 7
According to Intel, that spec number matches this...

http://processorfinder.intel.com/det...px?sSpec=SL3W7

It states it is FC-PGA, not a socket 370.

Here is some info on that platform....

http://www.intel.com/support/process...eron/fcpga.htm

This is what they say;

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Older PGA370 motherboards may not be compatible with the newer Intel® Celeron® processors in the FC-PGA package.

Intel Celeron processors in the FC-PGA package require a different core voltage than Intel Celeron processors in the PPGA package. The core voltage for FC-PGA Intel Celeron processors is either 1.5 V, 1.65 V, or 1.7 V. The motherboard must be able to provide the correct voltage to the processor. Non-flexible PGA370 motherboards may not support the voltage change. You may reference the Intel® 440BX AGPset/PGA370 Flexible Platform Design Guide for further technical information.

Please contact your motherboard manufacturer to determine if this processor is supported on your motherboard.
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