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rtc_18m

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how do i kno if i can add a new processor if any comp. can then how and how do i kno what my motherboard can handle? i got a 930mhz processor and that is nowhere near enough lol can someone help me out with all of this info plzz
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The fastest processor you can use will be around a 1.2 gig. This is not a upgrade worth looking into. It doesnt matter if its intel or amd, you have a limit in the bios on how far you can upgrade the processor. That old of a computer is not worth upgrading. I'm not trying to be mean here. Its just more feasible to buy a newer computer.

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By the time you find a CPU for it(not always an easy or cheap job with old systems) and buy it, it would have been easier to put a new PC together.
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ur not being mean thanks a lot
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