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    Upgrading to dual core

    Does anyone know if it's possible to upgrade older systems to the Intel Core CPU? I have a P4 2.8Ghz Prescot (I think) with HT. I should be able to upgrade this right :?

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    Re: Upgrading to dual core

    No, different socket type. You need a new motherboard.

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    Re: Upgrading to dual core

    Oh poo. Would I be better off converting to AMD then?

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    Re: Upgrading to dual core

    Yes.



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