Question about Intel DG965RY Motherboard

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Like to upgrade I have DG 965 RY LGA 775 Socket

How much larger cpu can I put in MB to max it out

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  • rarmontrout Jun 04, 2009

    Thank you Hal...I built this machine 2 years ago and want to max it out processor wise I can do 64 bit and take it up to 8gig ram..I will look for th3 e6700

    THANKS AGAIN!!

    Rick

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Hi, your motherboard supports several different kinds of processors. You have a choice of two for the fastest performance. You could go with an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor #E6700 that runs at 2.66 Ghz with a front side bus of 1066 Mhz and 4 Mb L2 cache, or you could go with an Intel Single Core Processor #670 that runs at 3.80 Ghz with an 800 Mhz front side bus and 2Mb L2 cache. The Core 2 would outperform the Single Core, but it is more expensive. Hope this helps! Hal

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