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Central processing units are the brains behind any computer system.These series of pages provide specific information about the specifications behind various Intel and AMD based processors.
 
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Central processing units are the brains behind any computer system.These series of pages provide specific information about the technicialities behind various Intel and AMD based processors.
How To Install A Dual Core Pentium IV Central Processing Unit
howtoupgradesymbol.gifThis document will outline the steps required to successfully install a Pentium IV based central processing unit. You will learn the basics of how to aply thermal compound to prevent overheating. You will also learn the proper procedure for mounting the CPU fan into the processor socket.
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Processor Code Names

Intel, AMD, and VIA have always used code names when talking about future processors and processor cores. The code names usually are not supposed to become public, but they often do. They can often be found in online and print news and magazine articles talking about future-generation processors. Sometimes they even appear in motherboard manuals because the manuals are written before the processors are officially introduced.

Intel publishes a fairly complete list of processor, chipset, motherboard, and even Ethernet controller code names on its website ( http://ark.intel.com/#codenames). AMD doesn’t provide a single document on its site for its code names, but you can use a Google search such as “code name” site:amd.com to find documents on the AMD website that contain code names. You can also find information on other sites by doing a search.

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How To Install A Central Processing Unit (CPU) In A Pentium IV Based Desktop
This document will outline the basic steps neccessary to install a CPU. You will learn why thermal grease is needed to disipate heat from within a system and how to install A CPU heatsink and CPU fan properly in a desktop computer.
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How To Troubleshoot A Bad Central Processing Unit (CPU)
This document will outline basic troubleshooting steps you can complete when you suspect your CPU fails or the system cannot boot at all or you see no video output when your computer is first powered on.
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