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Upgrading CPU Hey would just need to know if my motherboard could support an upgrade to Core 2 Duo CPU or not? Thanks in advance

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This motherboard? asus p4s800d-x?

Nope - No

Intel Celeron or Intel Pentium 4 Cpu's for this motherboard.

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