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Upgrade my processor

Presently, I'm using Soltek Socket A mainboard SL-75DRV5 VIA Apollo KT series.

I intend to upgrade my processor. To what extend can I go, in term of AMD processor available now in the market.?

Plse reply urgently

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You can use either an Athlon, Duron, or Athlon XP processor, with a max front side bus speed of 266 MHz. This is slow compared to today's standards. Most of today's newer processors have front side bus speeds of more than 2 GHz, about 8 times faster.

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