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LiaoGoren

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I have been desperiately trying to find out what my max processor speed I can have is. Also what type of slot I have on my motherboard... so I know what type of processor I have to buy. So if you can help me this would be great... and thanks :whistling:

I have an Asus A7n8X according to Everest program.

Any assistance would be great!
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That's a Socket A board, according to ASUS. More specs here: http://www.asus.com/...amp;modelmenu=1

Go to the CPU Support page on ASUS's website at: http://support.asus....SLanguage=en-us

Plug your motherboard version into the search box at the top-left. It will list all the CPUs that your board should support.

You may want to open up the case and look at the actual markings on the board, though, to ensure the model number - some specs may differ if it's a variation like an A7N8X-Deluxe, A7N8X-E, A7N8X-VM, etc. Full listing is here: http://www.asus.com/...searchkey=a7n8x

Edited by Soundy, 08 July 2007 - 08:01 PM.

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