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Topic # 58767 18-Mar-2010 23:43
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Hey guys I need some help over here...



I want to ask, what is the highest AMD CPU that can work properly on my M2N-MX SE motherboard?


i am now using Sempron something 3000+  i dont really know what is the speed is my cpu now


and how about RAM??


thanks for any help :)




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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 308983 19-Mar-2010 06:51
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Details of CPU support are available on the ASUS website here.

Max RAM appears to be 4GB.

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  Reply # 308992 19-Mar-2010 07:53
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Form factor Micro ATX
CPU socket Socket AM2
64-bit compatible Yes
Max number of CPUs 1
Max bus speed 2000 MHz <============
BIOS AMI
Memory slots 2
Memory type DDR II
Supported memory speeds DDR2-400
Supported memory speeds DDR2-533/DDR2-667/DDR2-800/DDR2-1066
ECC No
Max. RAM 4096 MB <=============
P-ATA Yes
SATA Yes
SATA RAID Yes
SCSI No
AGP type No AGP slots
PCI slots 2
CrossFire/SLI None
Integrated sound adapter Yes
Toslink Yes
Surround audio 5.1 support
Integrated graphics Yes
VGA outputs 1
HDMI outputs 0
Component output No
DVI output No
Number of LAN adapters 1 integrated Ethernet adapter
LAN type 100Mbps
Integrated WLAN No WLAN
USB ports 4
PS/2 ports 1
Firewire ports 0
RS-232 No
Chipset NVIDIA GeForce 6100
eSATA ports 0
PCI-E x16 1
PCI-E x1 0
Manufacturer product code(s) 90-MIB2I0-G0EAY00Z / M2N-MX SE Plus / M2N-MX SE PLUS / M2N-MX-SE-PLUS
UPC / EAN code(s) 4719543156988

What O/S are you running How much Ram is there now are you running a video card ?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 309076 19-Mar-2010 11:51
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That board is AM2 so you are probably looking at a 5050e processor which is a good speed bump over your sempron.

Most of the other AM2 processors are now unavailable.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 309119 19-Mar-2010 13:34
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Huh~~ thanks everyone :) , i am thinking to get a Athlon 64 X2 6000+

or

just jump to intel EXXXX ~~~



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 309123 19-Mar-2010 13:40
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I am currently running 2G ram and 8400 card~~

i know my motherboard cant overclock, not sure i should upgrade base on this board or just change the motherboard to intel base...


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  Reply # 309165 19-Mar-2010 15:17
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geoffchau: I am currently running 2G ram and 8400 card~~

i know my motherboard cant overclock, not sure i should upgrade base on this board or just change the motherboard to intel base...



you could bump up the ram and change the cpu but the cost of that you could start to build a new system

gigabyte are doing some very good boards at good price's but what do you want a high end gaming rig or

a internet surfing machine or has your current setup got a virus and slowed down as a result  



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  Reply # 309297 19-Mar-2010 22:21
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I just looking for a budget gaming machine~~ so yea i am thinking to get a upgrade kit of intel C2D

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