i want to upgrade my processor!!!?

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  • i want to upgrade my processor!!!?


Answer #1 | 31/12 2013 03:10
This motherboard will be able to support Intel Core 2 Quad processor,Q6700 (G0) (95W). Change the motherboard and then you will be able to upgrade i3 or i5 processors.
Answer #2 | 31/12 2013 03:37
Hi there. You can go for the AMD 3.6 ghz am3 Phenom2 560. It is the best bet, according to me. If you are so concerned about getting an Intel processor, then go for the Intel i3 or core 2 duo. The i3 will be a bit on the costlier side, but if you can extend your budget, it is fine, but look for a suitable version. But, for your motherboard, go for the AMD or Intel core2 duo. It should be fine. HOPE I HAVE HELPED.
Answer #3 | 31/12 2013 03:45
Dollars?? Your budget is 3000 to 6000 US Dollars? Son, you can get any chip you want, as well as a new motherboard for that. I recommend one of the Intel quad core i7s. If it won't fit your existing mobo then upgrade the mobo. The amount of money you are working with will cover both easily. If you don't mind waiting a while, Intel is coming out with an 8 core chip next year. Might be worth the wait. Edit: With an upgrade like I mentioned, you will have new power considerations. Make sure you have an adequate power supply, at least 400W.
Answer #4 | 31/12 2013 07:57
on this motherboard u r not able to upgrade sell both processor and motherboard and buy new processor and motherboard amd fx 4100 is best and suitable processor for u fx 4100 with motherboard it come around 9500/- and it is a quad core processor fx 4100 is Equivalent to 2nd gen intel i3 processor
Answer #5 | 02/01 2014 00:54
wtf your budget is sooooooooooooo high you can build a whole machine out of it but if it's in inr then you can get core i3 intel processor around 6500 rs. also you may need to upgrade your motherboard if the slot of the motherboard is other than lga1155
Answer #6 | 01/01 2014 20:57
That would be about $50 to $100 USD. Maybe you can find a better core2 CPU for that money but I think you should save your money and get a new computer. That way every other part is also better and you don't have to worry about compatibility. It is unlikely your CPU is the bottleneck.

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