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Old 02-01-2008, 05:38 PM   #1
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hey guys i have a old processor what do u guys think i should get my bugget is about 150 any ideas i currently have 1gb memory and have a a 30gb main hd with only 4gb left and a 400gb as secondary still have a slot for more memory but my main question is about the processor thnx dual or celeron??
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what mobo do you have
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yea we can better help you if we know what kind of motherboard you have. THankx
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Old 02-02-2008, 01:38 PM   #4
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how can i find out what type i bought it a few years ago is there a way on the computer by finding out or do i have to open it up and look if so where do i look thnx guys
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type dxdiag in run . then look at thing in the middle of the page that says system model. tell us that
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If you open up the computer, the model of your motherboard will be printed on it near either the graphics or PCI slot.

A good program to use that will identify nearly everything in your computer is PC Wizard.
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