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No, the speed limit on the motherboard cannot be increased and if you are referring to the CPU's FSB then most likely the new processor will not even be recognized. If you are referring to the memory speed then it will be decreased to the maximum the mb is capable but it will work.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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