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Question by raaghu
Submitted on 8/27/2003
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I have a matsonic motherboard 133Mhz and a cyrix MII 266Mhz processor. I would like to upgrade my processor only. what are the new processors that this motherboard will support. Where can i find information about compatiblility.

I also want to buy a 40GB hdd, but the seller tells me that my system is rather old and it is not compatible. What is not compatible. Where is the information regardubg tgus available.

Answer by Gravian
Submitted on 9/19/2003
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The easiest way to find out what processors it Will support is simple, google.com it in as "matsonic motherboard 133MHz processors" or similar until you find a list, I work with tons of computers, mac AND PC, so it can become very hard to work on computers when you end up with a different board every time, so I know that google is the way to go, never fails, I've even ended up with computers I never heard of with homemade systems a couple times!

Hmmm, about the hardrive, they will tell you your computers old but thats not necessarily true. You see, many sellers will lie or answer questions that they do not really know the answer to in order to sound smarted and/or sell more items. Meaning your best bet is to do the research yourself, post, chat, communicate with people that know this stuff until you feel you got the right answer. BUT, the most likely way to find out, google! go to google.com and search! as I said, never fails!


Answer by mike
Submitted on 3/15/2005
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