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Asus P5P800-SE w/ Bios upgrade 0805

Hi id like to ask if my mobo supports a dual core or core2duo processors,
ive already upgraded my bios to 0805.
thak you

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  • Pak3rs Aug 06, 2008

    Thank you,

    by the way my PC specs is :

    P4 3.2ghz
    Asus P5P800-SE
    1x 320 Seagate Sata
    1x LG 20x LS Sata
    385 HEC Dual Fan Power Supply
    Nvidia 512mb 7300GT
    Zalman's CNPS9500 CPU cooler

    im planning to upgrade to Pentium DC E2200 (2.2G) 1mb 800FSB, do i need to upgarde my Power Supply too? like up to 500w?

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Click on this link to get the specs

It does support dual core.

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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