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Can i run this cpu on my pc?

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Well Hi there,

I have a question and want to let you guy know that i am not good that with tech so...

I have a fujitsu p710 e85+ with 250w80+ psu so I want to upgrade my cpu but I am not sure if my psu is going to deliver enough power to the cpu

I am planning to replace my pentium g870(65w TDP) with core i5 2400(95w TDP)

 

Edit: I also have gpu Gefor 8600 Gt

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250W is plenty for that CPU and GPU. 

 

Although I'd personally take the 8600GT out, as it's basically the same speed as the HD2500 graphics in that i5-2400. If you

need a GPU for whatever reason, get something like a GT730 GDDR5 on the cheap.

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1 minute ago, NelizMastr said:

250W is plenty for that CPU and GPU. 

 

Although I'd personally take the 8600GT out, as it's basically the same speed as the HD2500 graphics in that i5-2400. If you

need a GPU for whatever reason, get something like a GT730 GDDR5 on the cheap.

tnx for ur answer

so From where can i but gt730 in the cheap?

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2 minutes ago, Canada EH said:

250W is low, but if its not an OEM and the connector is the same, 400W is plenty.

Here is the list of compatible CPUs. For some reason it doesn't show the i5 2400

 

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4 minutes ago, TeoGFC said:

Well Hi there,

I have a question and want to let you guy know that i am not good that with tech so...

I have a fujitsu p710 e85+ with 250w80+ psu so I want to upgrade my cpu but I am not sure if my psu is going to deliver enough power to the cpu

I am planning to replace my pentium g870(65w TDP) with core i5 2400(95w TDP)

 

Edit: I also have gpu Gefor 8600 Gt

It's supports up i7 3770. Which should be fine although it doesn't show the i5 2400

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Just now, TeoGFC said:

tnx for ur answer

so From where can i but gt730 in the cheap?

Places like eBay, gumtree/craigslist type of websites, local classifieds etc.

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4 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

Here is the list of compatible CPUs. For some reason it doesn't show the i5 2400

 

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It's supports up i7 3770. Which should be fine although it doesn't show the i5 2400

Well tbh i didnt saw it either but i guess it will be compatible because it is socket 1155

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24 minutes ago, Abdul201588 said:

Here is the list of compatible CPUs. For some reason it doesn't show the i5 2400

 

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I have not seen a PC that CPU whitelists for any reason other than CPU TDP being too high, or if the bios doesn't have the required microcode, so it should work.

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1 hour ago, TeoGFC said:

i guess it will be compatible because it is socket 1155

Not always! Like now with the LGA 1151 Socket, there's about 4 generations. the 6th, 7th, 8th and, 9th. There's different motherboards that support some of these chips. Like a 200 series board is usually for the 7th gen CPU's but` if you tried to put a 8th or 9th gen CPU in there, it won't work. Basically speaking, the CPUs are not backwards compatible with older Mobos. Or something like that...

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47 minutes ago, LukeTheCoder05 said:

Not always! Like now with the LGA 1151 Socket, there's about 4 generations. the 6th, 7th, 8th and, 9th. There's different motherboards that support some of these chips. Like a 200 series board is usually for the 7th gen CPU's but` if you tried to put a 8th or 9th gen CPU in there, it won't work. Basically speaking, the CPUs are not backwards compatible with older Mobos. Or something like that...

Oh i see 

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56 minutes ago, LukeTheCoder05 said:

Not always! Like now with the LGA 1151 Socket, there's about 4 generations. the 6th, 7th, 8th and, 9th. There's different motherboards that support some of these chips. Like a 200 series board is usually for the 7th gen CPU's but` if you tried to put a 8th or 9th gen CPU in there, it won't work. Basically speaking, the CPUs are not backwards compatible with older Mobos. Or something like that...

Intel has pulled this trick a few times, yes.

 

Socket 604:  1-6 cores per CPU, first revisions only accept single core, last revision 2-6.

Socket 775:  1-4 cores. Some chipsets only allowed P4/PD/Celeron D, others up to core 2 duo, others up to core 2 quad, others all 775 CPUs. Good luck with that.


And now, socket 1151 and the "1151v2" as it's often referred to as, to differentiate between 100/200 boards and 300. GG.

 

10 minutes ago, TeoGFC said:

Oh i see 

You'll be fine, 1155 didn't have the above issues.

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7 minutes ago, NelizMastr said:

Intel has pulled this trick a few times, yes.

 

Socket 604:  1-6 cores per CPU, first revisions only accept single core, last revision 2-6.

Socket 775:  1-4 cores. Some chipsets only allowed P4/PD/Celeron D, others up to core 2 duo, others up to core 2 quad, others all 775 CPUs. Good luck with that.


And now, socket 1151 and the "1151v2" as it's often referred to as, to differentiate between 100/200 boards and 300. GG.

 

You'll be fine, 1155 didn't have the above issues.

Oh thanks!

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