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Old 06-16-2009, 10:01 AM   #11
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Default Re: Adding a core to my computer(Plz Help)

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Well before you go adding a new processor what ammount of memory does the computer have . Adding more memory is usually a cost efficient method of speeding up certain parts of the computers operation
When you say slow what do you mean is it slow when you load more than one program or is it like slow at rendering a video etc

Also if this is a HP when you bought it did you remove all of the HP crapware that comes installed on the computer that usually makes for slow operation

What tasks are you using thic computer for that processor should be able to handle most day to day tasks with little to no slowdown
great point, you can have an Intel Extreme Edition cpu, but if you have 256MBs or 512MBs of memory, it will still seem slow...

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Old 06-16-2009, 10:06 AM   #12
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Default Re: Adding a core to my computer(Plz Help)

What model # is your new HP?

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