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Compatibility I'm upgrading my system and can't find anything about processor compatilbilty. I currently am running a single core and want to upgrade to a duel core. I'm buying the Antec Nine Hundred caseing with a Rosewill Stallion Series RD500-2DB ATX V2.2 500W Power Supply. Before I buy these, I was gona try and see about getting a duel core processor at the same time. The offered duel core is a Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 Conroe 2.66Hz LGA 775 Duel-Core Processor Model BX80557E6750. I'm not sure what this MB is compatible with. Any info is extremely greatful.

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A8V-MXs are built for AMD processors. You will need a board made for Intel processors if you want to purchase the above processor. If you want to stick with Intel and Asus check out the P5 series of boards. If not, buy an AMD chip...I've had AMD in almost every one of my computers, laptops and desktops.

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