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Athlon 64 mobo, can i use an athalon 64x2 chip in it?

I have an epox 9npa3 ultra mobo and I'm wondering if an athlon 64 4000 is the best I can do with this board. Anyone know?

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  • h_evans4 Feb 03, 2009

    Hey thanks for the answer. Any idea what the best processor would be availble for this board?

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According to the epox site you can use either AMD Athlon-64 or Athlon-64 FX. Check site at address below for your board info.
http://www.epox.com/USA/product.asp?id=EP-9NPA3ULTRA
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thanks and good luck
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Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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