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Upgrading my processor

I have a ECSp4vmm2 motherboard my processor is 2.0 Ghz and i just to upgrade my processor to a higher than 2.0 can you help me what processor be the best or higher than 2.0 or atleast 3 something....

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Hello,
The following link will give you the information about what processors will fit in the 478 socket for the motherboard you gave in your post. It also gives you information on how to determine if a processor is compatible with your motherboard and information about upgrading. If this is not what you are looking for please let me know so I can assist you further.

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