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Hi, I hope you can help me out. I am in a dilemma. I have LGA 775 motherboard and would like to upgrade my pentium D 805 2.66 Ghz processor. Is it worth buying a new motherboard with Core i5 or just buy a Core 2 Quad for my existing LGA775 motherboard. I appreciatey any help.

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1. 1st you have to know if the current mother board will accept the Duo core processor.
2. the i5 processor is newer technology and may have advantages over the Duo core processor such as speed and computational integrity i.e. being able to do more calculations per second also bandwidth . not be able to crash as much due to the amount of programs running.

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