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Processor upgrade Hi I have a Dimension L466cx and upgraded memory to 512MB and am wanting to know what options I have to upgrade my processor - celeron 466MHz. Running Windows XP Pro SP2. Regards

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Hi there

i think 512 ram is good for u even i have 512 too.but if u use hi resolution pixel works like software(photoshop or other photo editing )

then 1 gb will be best for u...but u r a normal user of pc then 512 is much sufficent for u....

i want only sugest u for u r processor.....present tine u r using celeron( a slow processor)...

u can use p4 to upgrade u r pc.....and p4 2.8 ghz processoe is best ......or higher

i m even using p4 2.8 (good speed) for all stuff

good luck

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