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Will the ecs945G-M3 be able to support a quad core Q6600

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The Q6600 is a monster chip (I have one), and I've never seen a socket 775 cpu not work, in a socket 775 motherboard, so I'd have an educated guess to say that yes, it would work.

However, the Q6600 can handle 3.6GHz with ease, and this motherboard seems quite low-spec for this class of component. I'd consider a new ASUS board, with a nice built in wifi connecting, PCI Express 2.0 support also.

You could then overclock to your hearts content then.

Regards,

Erik.

Posted on May 26, 2008

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