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If I were to make my own computer. Is it possible for me to get a random processor that's beast and get a weak motherboard?
What's the things that I need in order for me to put both of them to get along together?
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If you have a weak part it will affect the computer specially when it comes to a Motherboard. A Mobo and a Processor are the two main parts.

As an exemple lets say you take a good motherbaord and as one of the supported processors are Celeron. Celerons are the lower brand of Intels so as good as your Mobtherboard is it will only work as good as the Celeron and Vice Versa.

You need to find a Mobo that will offer the options that you Beast Processor can deliver.

Find the Motherboard or Pocessor (Depending on your needs) you desire and research what is compatible and best with the other.
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