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I want to put a faster processor on my computer How fast can I go

I have a Lanparty Pro875 (696303281) motherboard and am running a 2.4ghz intel pentium 4 processor with 4gb of ram. I have some music recording programs that take alot of space and it has a tendency to distort the sound because my cpu is to slow. I want to put a faster processor but I don't know what is the fastest processor I can get that is compatible with my motherboard. Oh it is a 478pin. the faster the processor the better. Thanks 
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Hello Robrez,

To answer your question, THE fastest (supported for your Motherboard) is the
Intel P4 3.06 (RK80532PE083512) from Northwood.

On P4's it matters what speed your ram is, so remember to check your ram settings after fitting.

You may see other cpu's that are faster but DONT bother... they are not supported for your board and you have a good chance that errors will happen if you fit them.

Hope this help.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008


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