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Albatron KM333 pro

What is the maximum CPU it will take

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Athlon 2600, according to Albatron website

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Adding more ram


Hello, I am the technician that will be assisting you today. My name is Norman-Wynne Damstra. Welcome to Fixya, Judy Hartzell.

RAM can be increased to the maximum supported by your operating system.

Windows 32bit: maximum that it can make use of is 3.85GB of RAM.
Windows 64bit: maximum that it can make use of is Over 24GB of RAM.

Find your version including bit by checking your computer specifications. Right click on Computer/My Computer in the Start menu and click properties.
Another way is to check what is written on the Windows CD that came with your computer.

As far a mainboard limit supported is concerned, rule of thumb is 2GB per Slot. Therefore if you have two slots 2X2GB should work.

You will want to install the fastest RAM modules possible in your computer system. DDR3 1333MHz will do fine, both modules should be the same frequency.

As a note your Processor is the single core CPU from AMD, for a performance upgrade it may be better to upgrade the CPU to an AMD Athlon2 X2 250.

Take care!
Norman-Wynne Damstra

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What is the hidhest ram i can use on a celeron 2.6


Hi. The amount of memory that can be installed is limited by the motherboard, not the CPU. That being said, the motherboard you have listed will take the following memory:

Each memory slot can hold DDR PC2700,DDR PC3200 with a maximum of 1GB per slot.

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Please visit this link:
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you can as high graphics card as you want as long as the is a PCI card.

hope this helps.
please rate good.

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Phew, k3! A ton of questions and even more confusion going on here!

Firstly (love that non-word), your Motherboard accepts DDR Ram. Unfortunately, DDR2 will not be compatible. Won't work. Sorry. It does accept up to 2gb of DDR Ram, though.

Second, for Graphic Card slots, it has 3 x PCI slots (NOT PCI-Express), which are great for G-Cards. Maximum amount of memory won;t be affected by your MB, but by your processor and ram. As long as it has a PCI slot for a PCI card, you'll be good. Just be sure to turn off integrated graphics in BIOS settings.

Thirdly, good luck. Opening up the side of your PC can be daunting at first. Ensure you either have the patience to learn before you touch or have the money to continue learning as you go. >.o

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1. Check user documentation for supported CPUs for your system.
2. If 2.0GHz CPU is supported on your system, you don't need any additional software.
3. I would upgrade the BIOS firmware first. It might have an additional CPU support.
4. Read information from you old CPU. Exemple: 1.4GHz/256/400. 1.4GHz is a speed of your CPU. 256 is a 256k cache, and 400 is 400MHz BUS speed. In general you can boost speed to 2.0GHz or more and cache to 512k, just keep your BUS speed to 400
5. Post your system model or your motherboard model. That information would help in determining the maximum speed of the CPU for your system.

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smithy569, your board in your HP is a ASUS P4S333-M

Here is the CPU support page from ASUS for your board.

http://support.asus.com/cpusupport/cpusupport.aspx?SLanguage=en-us&model=P4S333-M
Please let me know how you make out.
Thanks

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I have a Boot Problem with my INTEL P4 3.0Ghz. 800Mhz FSB,1M L2 Cache, Socket 478 CPU


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