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Cpu to support sse2

I have adobe premiere element 7 but when loading says it requires a cpu that supports sse2 i have aasrock mother board which is a k7s41 or k741gx i need to check i have been told i need a dual processr chip if so which type and model number and is it compatible thanks

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Highest model cpu your board can support is the AMD Athlon XP model 3200. This is not a dual core cpu. You would need to upgrade to a newer motherboard in order to use a dual or quad core cpu. Hope this helps.

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