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CPU speed I am wanting to change the speed of my computer, and i'm hoping someone can please tell me what is the highest speed my motherboard (ASUS P4SGX-MX) can take, it is currently a 1.6 ghz, external clock speed 100mhz and a 256 rom size thankyou and waiting on some help !

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This is the maximum CPU speed you motherboard will accept

P4 3.06 GHz (533 FSB, L2 cache:512KB, HT, C1/D1) [does not support hyperthreading]

if you want a complete list of compatible CPU's Click Here

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