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ahhhh..i found it too. had too look up the manual for his computer.

hmm. this opens up a bunch of possibilities. lol. im trying to improve his system on the cheap though. a 4700 costs about $130.

*edit* i looked up prices on e6300, newegg has them for $150. that probably be the way to go.
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lol. its got a 300W PSU. definately going to need an upgrade....
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im not sure, thats kinda what i was looking to find out. from what ive read, his MB only supports up to 800mhz FSB. conroes are 1066+

im looking right now to see if i can the chipset on this board.
Run CPU-Z, it will show the chipset used in the Mainboard tab.
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