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Best cpu hi all, i want to get the most speed out of this mobo witch cpu is fastest here? TY

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  • avi mistriel
    avi mistriel Jan 18, 2007

    so nothing faster will work?!
    no 3.0 for me?!

  • avi mistriel
    avi mistriel Jan 19, 2007

    ok gut it,thank you very .

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Click below for all suported processors, obviously higher ghz listed faster the processor. http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/mv/mv_proc.htm

Posted on Jan 17, 2007

  • andrew pester
    andrew pester Jan 18, 2007

    You won't notice any speed difference between a 2.6ghz and a 3.2ghz anyway.

    If you want to speed up system more, fit the maximum amount of memory for your mobo.

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