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Well, it would be nowhere near as good as your current board. However, if you really want to go quad, I would just wait until the price drops (save up) and then sell off your current CPU and board.
 
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Just went to ASUS' site and read the specs for your board. It appears that with a BIOS update it should support quad core chips.
 

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Sorry i didnt update my sig rig xD im running my PD @ 2.8 on the OEM board it came with. Coz i burned out my E6600 + P5W. friends + beer + games dont mix :\\ bought them off a friend so i couldnt RMA, apparently he 'lost' all the paper work :|

My question is really though, do you think i'd have problems with the board?
I'm not fussy about OC'in the Q6600 quad right away. As ill proberly save up for a more expensive board in the future.

I just wanna know.. is it safe to put a quad on there?

Thanx alot for the quick replies guys


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if you don't want to overclock it then that board shouldn't be too bad, but make sure you have a retail copy of windows or it won't transfer legally to the new board.
 
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