Question about ECS 945G-M3 (V3.0) Motherboard
Well there are probably hundreds of CPU's compatible with your motherboard. What you need to know is the kind of socket it has.
The most common are AM2(dualcore) and AM2+(quadcore) sockets.
You can just try some sites that let you build your own pc. if you then submit your motherboard there, in the next step you will get a list of ONLY cpu's that are compatible. But if you find one, you should still check.
You can find hundreds of sites just by googling "build costum pc" or something like that.
I hope this helps,
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
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