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Looking for the best/fastest processor for this board

Does anyone know what is the fastest processor that I can get for my motherboard?

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I'm running a Model: 8 Athlon XP Socket: A Clock Speed: 2.0 FSB Speed: 266 Core: Throughbred Cache: L1/128 L2/256. I think you have to stick with 266mhz front side bus, using the Throughbred Core. I'm not 100% but there are a lot for sle on ebay not too expensive.

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Http://www.neoseeker.com/Hardware/faqs/kb/19,47.html try this link!

Posted on Apr 06, 2007

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