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It's hard to say because Socket 775 is very much an outdated (2003) socket. In all honesty it will not be worth an upgrade because your gig of 533mhz ram will bottle neck it, so you won't actually notice a difference because all the other components will drag it behind so you won't see the effect of your upgrade.
Honestly. Save up ~$400-$500, go to an online store that sells packaged computers (do your research, some can rip you off). This is probably the best computer I could find for $500:
But this should only be a reference, do some shopping around!
PS. Don't forget to have an install disc of windows, 95% of these PC's done come with windows.
Posted on Oct 24, 2013
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