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It all depends on what board you have. Some boards can only support certain types of cpus. The best way to know what your board can handle is to call the manufacture and ask, or open up your computer and try to see if you can get a model or serial # of the board itself. then search for "The board name""specs" sometimes you can get a spec cheat on what the board can support.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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