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Motherboard up grade Packard bell

I have an imedia 4506, I have a new flat screen and keyboard, mouse etc.
I need more speed and Ram, so consider to chage the mother board, what would you suggest?

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What cpu do u have ? amd or instell what soket

Posted on Jan 20, 2008

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    CPU Support


    • Supports Intel Celeron FC-PGA (Flip-Chip Pin Grid Array)

      • 533/66 MHz to 766/66 MHz
      • 800/100 MHz to 1100/100 MHz

    • Supports Intel PIII Coppermine FC-PGA

      • 450/100 MHz to 850/100 MHz
      • 533/133 MHz to 1200/133 MHz

    • Supports 32-bit AGTL or AGTL+ bus addressing (no support for 36-bit address extension)
    • 66/100/133 MHz Host Bus speed processors are supported

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    nick helpap Jan 20, 2008

    looks like ceron fc pga style harder to get with max 800 fsb ok

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