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UpGrade was wanting to upgrade my pc I have a Emachine T1090 but everything in is wrong and I want to know what processor I can use in it to upgrade it and what memory chip set I need this is my spec's on the pc hope you can read them. Intel Pentium III EB Windows XP Home Edition SP2 (Build 2600) CPU Arch : 1 CPU - 1 Cores - 1 Threads CPU PSN : Intel Pentium III EB 1000MHz CPU EXT : MMX SSE CPUID : 6.8.A / Extended : 6.8 CPU Cache : L1 : 16 / 16 KB - L2 : 256 KB Core : Coppermine (0.180) / Stepping : cD0 Freq : 746.9 MHz (99.59 * 7.5) MB Brand : TriGem Computer Inc. MB Model : TriGem System Board NB : Intel i810 rev A3 SB : Intel 82801AA (ICH) rev 02 RAM : 192 MB SDRAM RAM Speed : Unknown (Unknown) @ 3-2-2-5 Slot 1 : 128MB (PC133) Slot 1 Manufacturer : Samsung Slot 2 : 64MB (PC100) Slot 2 Manufacturer : NEC

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