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Processor upgrade I am looking to upgrade the 9100 Quad Core in my GT 5694, but have been unable to deciper what Motherboard is in it. So I am unable to figure out if I can even upgrade this Quad core. Any help would be appreciated!!!!!

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Ok, I did some research. The best upgrade for your motherboard is the It's a 2.3GHz CPU, the fastest out for your motherboard.. Your motherboard only supports up to 95W CPU's. This a noticeable difference from what you got know. You will be happy trust me. If you have any more questions just drop me your e-mail address.

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      Form Factor
      MicroATX 244 mm × 244 mm

      Processor Support
      Supports AMD® Socket AM2+ (940 pin), AMD Phenom™ (95 W), Athlon™ 64 X2, Athlon 64, and Sempron™ processors


    • Northbridge: RS780
    • Southbridge: SB700

    • System Bus Support
      HT3 / HT1

      Memory Support
      Four DDR2 800/667 MHz slots support up to 8 GB system memory

      Integrated video

      Integrated ALC888S HD codec 7.1

      Network Support
      Integrated Marvell 8071 / 8075 10/100/1000 Mbps LAN

      Add-In Card Slots

    • One PCI Express ×16
    • One PCI Express ×1
    • Two PCI conventional

    • Rear Panel I/O Ports

    • One PS/2 keyboard port
    • One PS/2 mouse port
    • One HDMI port (option with DVI-D)
    • One VGA monitor port
    • One IEEE 1394 port
    • Four USB 2.0 ports
    • One RJ-45 LAN port
    • Six audio jacks

    • Internal Connecters

    • Six serial ATA II connectors
    • One floppy disk drive connector
    • One primary IDE connector
    • One 24-Pin power connector with full ridge
    • One 4-Pin power connector
    • One IEEE 1394 connector (2 × 5)
    • Four 2-port USB 2.0 connectors (2 × 5)
    • One SPDIF out connector (1 × 4)
    • One front audio connector (2 × 5)
    • One front panel connector (2 × 7)
    • One TPM connector (2 × 10)
    • One parallel port connector (2 × 13)
    • One 3-pin smart fan CPU fan connector
    • One 3-pin smart fan with linear circuit system fan connector
    • Clear CMOS jumper



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