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Can't figure out if mother board can accept processor

Thanks for the last reply guys...... but I'm not to sure if my motherboard will except a newer, advanced chip. I don't have a manual for my motherboard. Is there any other way I can figure out info about the motherboard without using the manual..... Thanks again for the help

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(NT) (NT) You could look on the manufacturer's site...
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Motherboard Combo

Check around at different stores for combo pricing.
Some good place to check: pricewatch.com, newegg.com,
tigerdirect.com. Read the different specifications for the boards and processors. After you've checked the possibilities, you'll have a better idea of what you need and want.
Best of Luck

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