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If I Change My Processor will the the boot be the same

If I change my processor but still keep the same motherboard will the boot sequence and startup be the same or not?

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Assuming you're using a processor that will run in that motherboard, everything will stay the same - probably including the speed. (The CPU speed is the maximum speed it will run at - the speed it DOES run at is the speed of the motherboard. Putting in a faster CPU doesn't make it run faster.)

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Probably the same but how do you know the processor will work with the motherboard?

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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