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the specs listed at ASUS's site don't say specifically"how many Gz processor can my mothereboard suport" although they will point you in the right direction. Open up the site on a seperate internet page if you haven't already and look at if for me. Do you notice where it mentions the Socket types that it supports in the CPU section?? Basically the page is telling you what type of processors it will run. I believe the Athlon 64 x2 is the fastest out of what they have listed, although i did not look up the specs. You should be safe buying any speed Athlon 64 x2, Athlon 64 FX, Athlon 64 or Sempron processor. Hope that this was helpful, if it was could you please give me a good review? Thanks.
Actually it will be better to have a new mothereboard rather than having it repaired because even if you have the MOBO repair you will always have some problem with becuase everything is interconnected on the motherboard if you start having some problem with any partys sooner or later you will also have some problem with other parts of it so just to have a better performing system I suggest you to get a new one....
i need to know the motherboard's serial number then shouldn't be a problem finding the service manual for it with all the information you require
some motherboards got that information imprinted near the pins if you look close enough