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Upgrade GX150 from P3 933mhz to something better

I want to purchase a lot of 10 Dell optiples (wholesale) they come with a p3, 933Mhz, is it easy for me to have this upgraded even one "notch" faster then 933Mhz?

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Yes, to 1.1 gigs is not difficult, much higher than that and you would have to upgrade the BIOS software.

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