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linuxuser

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Hello everybody,i have intel core2duo e7500 2.93ghz and it's good but i need more powerful processor for gaming and programming,my motherboard support core 2 duo,quad,extreme. (45nm) (asus p5g41t- mlx)

for more details about my motherboard :http://www.localline.com.au/estore/dcnsolutions/main.php?page=more&id=MBD-ASU-P5G41TMLX

thank you
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Hi linuxuser, :D


Her is a list of of all CPUs that are compatible with your Mobo. > http://support.asus....cpusupport.aspx

How powerful you want to go will depend on how much money you want to spend.

Good gaming performance depends on a good balance between the CPU and the video card.

Please supply more information about your system.

Were do you live?
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thanks for reply iammykyl ,i think my GPU is good enough for gaming Nvidia GT240 1 GB DDR5
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Here is a site where you can compare your GPU with other Nvidia and ATI cards. >

http://www.digitalve...39&p2=8491&ph=1

If you do decide to upgrade the video you should also make sure the PSU is powerful enough.

Please let us know if you want any more help or if you are going to leave things as they are.

Edited by iammykyl, 09 February 2011 - 10:12 PM.

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