The Intel Pentium 4 Processor provides the performance, quality, and reliability demanded by consumer and business customers. If, for some reason, you are not satisfied with the product you ordered, you can send it back to us.
Of course we would undertake the shipping cost in the case that it is the consequence of a mistake on our side. We will send you another product as soon as we receive the returned package.
Conditions of the returned product: Please note that in order to receive a full refund of the product price, or an exchange of equal value, we will ask you to return the product in the same conditions as when we sent it to you.
This processor worked perfectly, replacing my 32 bit P4, and allowing the installation of 64 bit Ubuntu and Chrome.
As a newer member I'm trying to tackle a project but somehow got in a little over my head...despite how replacing a CPU is about a 3 on the 1-10 scale of hard stuff to do..I really need some help. It has a Asus PTGD-LA (Goldfish3) Goldfish3-GL8E motherboard, as shown here: • According to the boards specs: • Socket: LGA775 • Supports processor up to 3.4 GHz • Supports Intel Pentium 4 HT processors The Base processor is a Pentium4 630 (P) HT 3.0 GHz: • 800 MHz front side bus • Socket 775 Based on my research for the Goldfish3 motherboards specs, the largest CPU it will support is 3.4Ghz, so I bought a Intel Pentium 4 3.4 Ghz / 1M / 800 Mhz socket 775 CPU processor SL7J8 The CPU I bought is used and was sold as “tested” and passed. I researched it and found that the 3.4Ghz socket 775 CPU processor SL7J8 is the 550 processor and all looked correct for a match. I'm going to purchase a 650 CPU today and see if swapping out to 550 that doesn't work does the trick. I read the 630 to 650 should be simply recognized in the bios and I shouldn't have to do anything after restart.
It has a 3.0Ghz processor (which uses an LGA 775, “Socket T”, Intel desktop CPU socket.) It worked just fine, but a little slow for my wife’s home office needs. I spent a good 4 hours last night trying to trouble shoot the problem.
It’s a Intel Pentium 4 550 Processor - 3.4GHz Product Features • Frequency (MHz): 3400 • Frequency (MHz): 800 • Socket: LGA775 • Level 2 cache size: 1MB • Thermal Design Power (W): 84 • Brand Name: Intel • Model: JM80547PG0961M I bought one like this one shown here: Once I installed the new processor, I tried to start up the computer system and pressed the F1 key to get the bios screen to appear ( I think it's F1 on my system..not really sure) but all I get is a message “Error Unsupported CPU Installed” and the computer will shut off in a few seconds. I’m not sure what I did wrong or if I have to manually clear the bios as shown here (near the bottom of the page) I found a chart that shows the processors but I lack the experience to determine if this is the correct CPU or not I'm going to temporarily put the 630 CPU back in today..to make sure all is well... Sure enough the 550 CPU was not compatible for the reasons I pointed out the other day.