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Old 07-03-2005, 08:25 AM   #1
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I have an a7n8x-dx mobo, and i xp 2800+ processor, i was thinking of upgrading my processor.... first off... is it easy to install one?? 2nd.. can my motherboard take an upgrade or do i need a new mobo too?

any links to products on newegg would be help and useful

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check your mainboards specs, on manufacturers website, to see if your mainboard can handle an ungrade

the processor pretty easy to install!
1) take off the heatsink
2) take out old processor (by pulling up the stick)
3) slot in the new processor (push down the stick)
4) put the heat sink on

it really is that simple!
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