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Upgrade from single core processor to duo core

I have an ep-4plai motherboard and would like to upgrade to a duo core processer, some feed back on what type to look for and aprox price on a budget unit. Thanks

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  • pasionfinger Dec 28, 2007

    Thanks for the reply digitalebola,

    I'm currently running a 848 p chipset with 1 Gig ram. I intend to boost the ram to 2 Gig. Is there a better (faster) chipset that I could use to upgrade this system as at present it tends to lock up and freeze on a some what regular bases.

    pasionfinger

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    I have problem with 4PLAI. What the bigger one this motherboard are supported? What mean + (plus) in documentation - " Motherboard support processor from 1,7 up 3,2 + Mhz" ???? It mean bigger of 3,2 ??? Can i change to 3,4 Mhz???

  • Voyper Dec 04, 2008

    I have problem with 4PLAI. What the bigger one this motherboard are supported? What mean + (plus) in documentation - " Motherboard support processor from 1,7 up 3,2 + Mhz" ???? It mean bigger of 3,2 ??? Can i change to 3,4 Mhz???

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You cannot upgrade to a dual core processor using this motherboard as this motherboard is a socket 478 (older version) instead of LGA775. If you want to upgrade to a dual core processor, you will have to get a new Mobo as well.

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