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Thread: How high can i upgrade my processor?

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    How high can i upgrade my processor?

    Dell E310 Desktop
    512MB RAM
    Dell DV051 Motherboard
    Processor: Intel Pentium 4E, 2800 MHz (14 x 200)
    Chipset: Intel Grantsdale-G i910GL/915G(V)
    Memory Type: DDR2 SDRAM
    Memory Speed: DDR2-533 (266 MHz)

    i am having no luck with trying to find specs on the motherboard, and have yet to find an equivalent

    thanks...


    brian

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    Hello Jonah hex, HERE is the tech specs on your machine. It appears you can go to a 3.2, but I would not be to quick to spend that money as you might not see the performance increase you desire for the dollars spent

    Good luck
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    so it would make more sense to leave the 2.8 and go to 2GB memory?

    thanks

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    A quick look showed that you'd likely spend a little less for the memory than you would for the CPU...and yes, you'd probably be better off with the memory than the CPU.
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    thanks for the information...memory it is.

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