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Upgrading my current system

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123Mario

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Thanks for your answer iammykyl.

 

I guess if i want to playing at very high I need to see for building a pc from scratch.

 

One last question, I would like to know what processor can fit with my motherboard. About that I think all the 775 socket would work, but i'm not sure, that is regarless of my PSU.


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Here are the supported CPUs for your MB, > http://h20566.www2.h...ette.cachetoken

The most powerful that is definitely supported is the Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 (Wolfdale-3M.)  > http://www.chiplist....section--2402-/

 

This should work with your current set up, > http://www.amazon.co...r/dp/B0017OGTS0

 

I would do the GPU/PSU upgrade, see how it performs, you may be happy, I would seriously think twice about spending more on an older rig. 


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In the mean time, I search it, and I found a intel core 2 duo E7500 (wolfdale-M) is this going to work ? And it's sure I wouldn't by that CPU for now. I'll just stick with upgrading my PCU and my GPU, I'll post the results when I have all everything, and if I have any problem with something I'll post it. 
 
Anyway thanks for all your help.
 
It's greatly appreciated. 
 
Good days guys.

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