RevOne Feb 7, , Guess I’ll probably be posting back in a new thread regarding the other build now Take care! You should see if it can because the Pentium D’s are not much of an upgrade from the Pentium 4. I’m just afraid that with putting both a Pentium D processor in there PLUS a graphics card, it will cause too much strain on the PSU and likely overheat the hell out of the system because the case is so small and knowing how Pentium D’s are. Currently, it has a Pentium 4 HT 2. Best answer selected by revone. The biggest obstacle is the power supply.
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To put THAT MUCH money into this system and then clientprro have to pray that it won’t give out playing an old game like Oblivion or Modern Warfare 2 if it’ll even max them out seems completely impractical.
Looking for some advice: Upgrading (?) an MPC ClientPro 375
Can’t find your answer? Guess I’ll probably be posting back in a new thread regarding the other build now Take care!
RevOne Feb 7, Otherwise – as it is WITHOUT all the expensive upgrades – it does what she needs it to email, web surfing, printing family photos, etc. If I try the power supply upgrade route, the only real and best solution I’ve been able to find for this micro BTX case would be a w Sparkle power supply. Currently, mpc clientpro 375 audio has a Pentium 4 HT 2.
More about looking advice upgrading clientpro. Best answer selected by revone.
Prebuilt Pentium Processors Systems. Unfortunately – after conducting even more research into the Clientpro – I’ve decided it’s probably best to completely c,ientpro this project after discovering that it would simply be too impractical and expensive to bother upgrading such a “dead end” system like this.
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Always helpful to have an outside perspective when working on things like this. You should see if it can because the Pentium D’s are not much of an upgrade from the Pentium 4.
Especially with clkentpro Mhz upgrade you will barely see a difference. I’m just afraid that with putting both mpc clientpro 375 audio Pentium D processor in there PLUS a graphics card, it will cause too much strain on the PSU and likely overheat the hell out of the system because the case is so small and knowing how Pentium D’s are.
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What I’m thinking about doing is dropping in a Pentium D 9xx series at least 3. This particular model is a Micro BTX, small form factor system. Here are some pics and links I could dig up of the Clientpro to show why it wouldn’t be a suitable “upgrade” mpc clientpro 375 audio RevOne Feb 17,1: I learned that the one that is mpc clientpro 375 audio in there is one of the watt models that came bundled with this system and cllientpro prone to fail more often than not according to this thread: Best answer brythespy Feb 7,8: Don’t have enough power, must buy quick!
Hi brythespy Really appreciate you getting back to me on this one with some much needed feedback.
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Subscribe to our newsletter. Best possible GPU upgrade for my hardware? RevOne Feb 2, The biggest obstacle is the power supply.
So I decided to just put that spare cash towards an Athlon 64 x2 AM2 based system. Hello, Our PC’s are almost simular specs o-o.
Furthermore, if I slap a Pentium D and pretty much any graphics card in there, the power draw will grow exponentially and likely end 3375 killing the PSU sooner rather than later.