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KOUROSH

[*] posted on 30-12-2007 at 19:54
Theravad, thanks a lot
Theravad

[*] posted on 30-12-2007 at 17:53
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Originally posted by KOUROSH
i just got a motherboard lga 775 socket the bus speed is 800 MHz but the cpu i wish to install has bus speed 1000MHz (i might even go for 1300MHz) i would like to know your view ?? will these differences in speed make the system sluggish or even impossible to work. many thanks and happy new year to you all


Assuming it is the correct socket type for the CPU, then it will just (AFAIK) run that bit slower (and cooler).

T
KOUROSH

[*] posted on 30-12-2007 at 15:49
i just got a motherboard lga 775 socket the bus speed is 800 MHz but the cpu i wish to install has bus speed 1000MHz (i might even go for 1300MHz) i would like to know your view ?? will these differences in speed make the system sluggish or even impossible to work. many thanks and happy new year to you all