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Processor Compatability Can I use 1-2g processor with it?

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Yes you can, it seems to support a wide variety of things, here is my source.

1. Socket 7 for Intel MMX, AMD K6 -2, K6 -3, IBM /Cyrix , IDT processors
2. Supports CPU multiplier 1.5/2.0....../6.0 for future processors
3. 66/75*/83*/95/100/105*/110*/115*/120*/125*/130*/135*/140* MHz FSB
4. CPU voltage 1.3V~3.5V

Hope this answers it!

Posted on Oct 09, 2008

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