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how can I know proccess supported for my mainboard?

how can I know proccess supported by my mainboard?
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nobusCommented:
could you post what process you mean, and the mainboard model please ?
Or try answering this : what car do i drive ?
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danrobin01Commented:
I assume you mean what Proccessor (CPU)? If you have any documentation for the computer, look for info on the motherboard, model, socket type. Otherwise you can find the motherboard model on your P.O.S.T screen, when you boot up the computer, or you can open the case, and look for the motherboard manufacturer name and model number on the board itself. Then post those results here, or do a search on Google, and you should find the MB manufacturer web site, and the data you need.
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_Commented:
A quick and dirty way is to go into the BIOS, find the CPU settings, make it Manual or User, and see what multiplier and bus speed options you have, and multiply the biggest ones together.

Ex: 100 bus speed x 12 multiplyer = 1.2GHz CPU

But you still need to know what make and socket it takes
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cccpowerAuthor Commented:
I need software telme what the maximum proccess can use by my motherboard?
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nobusCommented:
you need the manual for the mainboard.
To my knowledge, there is no such software
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nobusCommented:
..about which motherboard are you talking?
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danrobin01Commented:
You could try SiSoft Sandra, http://www.sisoftware.co.uk/. It might give you the info you need.
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_Commented:
>> I need software telme what the maximum ... <<  Same as nobus. I have not found one that does that.
I am interested if you do.
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_Commented:
nobus #16567938
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cccpowerAuthor Commented:
Thank for all, i not have connection every time. but i think i found the software this
http://download.esupport.com/biosagent/gb/ba.exe
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_Commented:
Thanks for the link. I pulled down the self-boot DOS version also. I will check them out in a little while.
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