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prolly a stupid question


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how do i find out what kind of motherboard i have and what processors are compatible with it?
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Welcome to G2G

You can download everest from here and this will give all specs about your computer.



what processors are compatible with it?


I don't understand what you are asking? What programs can run on the computer?
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thx for the welcome and info.

nevermind that last part, i think i can find out myself.

thx again for the help.
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No question is a stupid question! It is all in the willingness to learn.

Everest will tell you what board you have and other specs. from those, you should be able to fiqure it out. If not, give us the specs and we can advise.
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guess ur right, i just have a bad habit of putting myself down.

on to the point, i did find what processor slot i have which is what i needed to know.

thx again for the help
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I'm using CPU-Z. Is Everest better than CPU-Z?
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I'm using CPU-Z. Is Everest better than CPU-Z?

no... they do different things...both are very useful tools..use them both and see for yourself
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