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I have a aspiere am 1100 bord model acer f690gvm cpu amd 64 4000 2.6ghz i have 3g ram....and i whant to instal a cpu amd 2 core 4800 2x2.5ghz will it suportet......tanks.....

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    TX for your info all chek it out.....

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You need to go online to the manfacturer and go to their support page and download a manual for your motherboard. It should give you all the specifications and the different processors your board will support.
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