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Old 05-08-2009, 12:19 PM   #1
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Default Older mobo, new processor.

Well i have a GA K8N Pro-Sli motherboard and currently it has a 3500+ oced at about 3.5ghz..but im looking to switch to a different processor..its a socket 939.
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Default Re: Older mobo, new processor.

Your not going to get better than that really, theirs no stock processors with a higher clockspeed than what you have, and it would be unlikely to find a stock processor that overclocks that well. There are some 939 dual cores but they are nearly impossible to find nowadays.
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yeah thats what i expected..a.nd they are pretty expensive if you do find one kuz they dont make them anymore
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