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현재 버전 게시자: Dan ,

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Sorry to say you are hitting a brick wall here ;-{
 
To start with here's the specs of your system: [https://www.cnet.com/products/sony-vaio-digital-studio-pcv-rz54g-p4-3-2-ghz-monitor-none-series/specs/|CNET - Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RZ54G] If you jump down to the processor section you'll see your system uses a CPU with a Socket 478. Now lets look at Intels' web site to see what CPU's used that socket: [https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000007355.html?wapkw=socket+478|Integration Overview for Intel Boxed Processor in the 478 Pin Package|Package] as we can see only the following CPU's used this socket:
To start with here's the specs of your system: [https://www.cnet.com/products/sony-vaio-digital-studio-pcv-rz54g-p4-3-2-ghz-monitor-none-series/specs/|CNET - Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RZ54G] If you jump down to the processor section you'll see your system uses a CPU with a Socket 478. Now lets look at Intels' web site to see what CPU's used that socket: [https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000007355.html?wapkw=socket+478|Integration Overview for Intel Boxed Processor in the 478 Pin Package|Package] as we can see only the following CPU's used this socket:
 
* Pentium 4 Processor Extreme Edition
* Pentium 4 Processor
* Celeron D Processor
* Celeron Processor
 
These are all 32bit CPU's, there is no 64bit chip offering.
 
Your only hope would be to find a logic board that would fit in your chassis. Sony does not use standard sized logic boards or power supplies, You would need to retrofit something in as well as get new RAM, CPU cooling system, HD, power supply and getting a graphics card. By the time you did that it would be cheaper getting a used system or build a system using a standard chassis.
 
Windows 7 does have CPU, RAM & GPU requirements so make sure you review Microsofts web site to make sure the system you get meets the minimum requirements.

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편집 작업: Dan ,

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Sorry to say you are hitting a brick wall here ;-{
 
To start with here's the specs of your system: [https://www.cnet.com/products/sony-vaio-digital-studio-pcv-rz54g-p4-3-2-ghz-monitor-none-series/specs/|CNET - Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RZ54G] If you jump down to the processor section you'll see your system uses a CPU with a Socket 478. Now lets look at Intels' web sitsite to see what CPU's used that socket: [https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000007355.html?wapkw=socket+478|Integration Overview for Intel Boxed Processor in the 478 Pin Package| as we can see only the following CPU's used this socket:
To start with here's the specs of your system: [https://www.cnet.com/products/sony-vaio-digital-studio-pcv-rz54g-p4-3-2-ghz-monitor-none-series/specs/|CNET - Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RZ54G] If you jump down to the processor section you'll see your system uses a CPU with a Socket 478. Now lets look at Intels' web sitsite to see what CPU's used that socket: [https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000007355.html?wapkw=socket+478|Integration Overview for Intel Boxed Processor in the 478 Pin Package| as we can see only the following CPU's used this socket:
 
* Pentium 4 Processor Extreme Edition
* Pentium 4 Processor
* Celeron D Processor
* Celeron Processor
 
These are all 32bit CPU's, there is no 64bit chip offering.
 
Your only hope would be to find a logic board that would fit in your chassis. Sony does not use standard sized logic boards or power supplies, You would need to retrofit something in as well as get new RAM, CPU cooling system, HD, power supply and getting a graphics card. By the time you did that it would be cheaper getting a used system or build a system using a standard chassis.
 
Windows 7 does have CPU, RAM & GPU requirements so make sure you review Microsofts web site to make sure the system you get meets the minimum requirements.

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편집 작업: Dan ,

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Sorry to say you are hitting a brick wall here ;-{
 
To start with here's the specs of your system: [https://www.cnet.com/products/sony-vaio-digital-studio-pcv-rz54g-p4-3-2-ghz-monitor-none-series/specs/|CNET - Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RZ54G] If you jump down to the processor section you'll see your system uses a CPU with a Socket 478. Now lets look at Intels' web sit to see what CPU's used that socket: [https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000007355.html?wapkw=socket+478|Integration Overview for Intel Boxed Processor in the 478 Pin Package| as we can see only the following CPU's used this socket:
 
* Pentium 4 Processor Extreme Edition
* Pentium 4 Processor
* Celeron D Processor
* Celeron Processor
 
These are all 32bit CPU's, there is no 64bit chip offering.
 
Your only hope would be to find a logic board that would fit in your chassis. Sony does not use standard sized logic boards or power supplies, You would need to retrofit something in as well as get new RAM, CPU cooling system, HDHD, power supply and getting a graphics card. By the time you did that it would be cheaper getting a used system or build a system using a standard chassis.
Your only hope would be to find a logic board that would fit in your chassis. Sony does not use standard sized logic boards or power supplies, You would need to retrofit something in as well as get new RAM, CPU cooling system, HDHD, power supply and getting a graphics card. By the time you did that it would be cheaper getting a used system or build a system using a standard chassis.
 
Windows 7 does have CPU, RAM & GPU requirements so make sure you review Microsofts web site to make sure the system you get meets the minimum requirements.

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원문 게시자: Dan ,

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Sorry to say you are hitting a brick wall here ;-{

To start with here's the specs of your system: [https://www.cnet.com/products/sony-vaio-digital-studio-pcv-rz54g-p4-3-2-ghz-monitor-none-series/specs/|CNET - Sony VAIO Digital Studio PCV-RZ54G] If you jump down to the processor section you'll see your system uses a CPU with a Socket 478. Now lets look at Intels' web sit to see what CPU's used that socket: [https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/processors/000007355.html?wapkw=socket+478|Integration Overview for Intel Boxed Processor in the 478 Pin Package| as we can see only the following CPU's used this socket:

* Pentium 4 Processor Extreme Edition
* Pentium 4 Processor
* Celeron D Processor
* Celeron Processor

These are all 32bit CPU's, there is no 64bit chip offering.

Your only hope would be to find a logic board that would fit in your chassis. Sony does not use standard sized logic boards or power supplies, You would need to retrofit something in as well as get new RAM, CPU cooling system, HD and getting a graphics card.  By the time you did that it would be cheaper getting a used system or build a system using a standard chassis.

Windows 7 does have CPU, RAM & GPU requirements so make sure you review Microsofts web site to make sure the system you get meets the minimum requirements.

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