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I have this C51GU01 MOBO

  
OCZ Platinum 2GB (2 x 1GB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM DDR 400 (PC 3200) Dual Channel Kit Desktop Memory - Retail
Can I use this ram to upgrade it?  Second question is can up update the CPU to a faster dual core?  Thanks a bunch!

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  • caensminger Nov 24, 2008

    Thanks a bunch!!!  Now all I need is some one to install it =)  I have never installed a cpu.  Do you think I will need a new fan as well?

  • caensminger Nov 24, 2008

    Thanks a bunch!

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The memory will do fine, as for the CPU i think it can support up to 4200+

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Yes the memory you have selected is supported, and yes you can also upgrade the processor to a dual core processor AMD Athlon 64 x2 (dual core) Just make sure its for the socket 939 but don't get too new of a cpu, the latests ones may not work.

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Memory : yes

  • Four DDR DIMM slots
  • DDR 333/400 MHz dual channel
  • Max Memory 4 GB

  • cpu : no (the board supports AMD only)
  • AMD processor
  • Socket 939 package
  • 2006 Performance FMB

  • Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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      oops thought you are referring to an Intel Duo

      :)


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    Memory Support

  • Four DDR DIMM slots
  • DDR 333/400 MHz dual channel
  • Max Memory 4 GB



  • Yes you can the memory is supported


    Yes a socket 939 amd processor dual core will fit this model.

    Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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