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Default Re: Is a cpu upgrade possible on my old dell?

Originally Posted by b1gapl View Post
He's using DDR2 memory, so it has to be socket 775.
I thought that Dells use obsceure sockets, for example ok its old really old but my dell dimension 8100 had a 423 socket mobo

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