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Maximum Processor my motherboard supports

Discussion in 'PC hardware help' started by ashyankee, Nov 3, 2013.

  1. ashyankee

    ashyankee Member

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    I bought this system in 2007 and been playing on this ever since. I dont know how it does it but I was able to play most latest games on this PC. I played the Devil may Cry reboot last month. It even ran crysis 2 at decent settings with the blur and everything. My 1GB RAM gave out when I was playing Black ops 2 and I'm running the system with 2GB RAM for sometime. Things are not well after that. I know my system needs a graphic card, CPU and everything else update but right now for my own reasons I've decided to extend the life of this system.

    I have a Intel Core2Duo E4400 CPU.

    I want to upgrade to a better processor my board can support. Can some help me by finding out the maximum processor this board supports? Does it support Quad? I mean not the latest ones but 2007 - 2010 quads.

    I'm posting the stats I got from CPU-Z.

    Please let me know the maximum CPU I can upgrade to.

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    I have a 9600GT in a slot. Not using Onboard graphics.
     
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    how much ram on the card? what are the system requirements for the games, miniumum & maximum?
     

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