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Old 9th December, 2005, 08:06 PM
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GA-7DX specification

HIya, a friend at work wants to upgrade his PC - he's got a 1300xp on a GA-7DX with 256Mb RAM - I know it's got a 266 FSB, but dunno what multipliers it can use, so can't tell him what the fastest processor is that he can buy

anyone know the spec of this one?
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Old 10th December, 2005, 02:44 AM
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If the mainboard's manufacturer has info on it, that should tell you. If a BIOS update is available, it should say what speed processor can then be used. If nothing else, an extra 256 Mb of RAM will help quite a bit. Having 1 Gb of RAM on the m'board will work wonders.
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