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india ...need to change motherboard or the processor

I have Processor Name: Intel Pentium D 925

Technology: 65 nm

Core Voltage : 1.184v

Specification: Intel(R) pentium(R) D CPU 3.00GHz

Clocks .. core speed 2411.47 MHz

Bus speed 200.96 MHz

RAM DDR2 2GB

Dram frequency 267.9MHz

MotherBoard Gigabyte

model 945GZM-S2

chipset: Intel i945G

southbridge : intel 82801GB...i would like to change the processor on this board...will it be possible to change to better one...i like to play games on it..so...can i change procesor to make it little fast..i have dual core on it...can i change it to core2du or i3 or any other better than the one that i have...please suggest me some...
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  1. if you are incredibly luck you can get a core 2 duo, but, and it's a big but, only later socket 775 boards will work with C2D look at your boards compatible processor list on gigabytes website. However in todays terms C2D is not very good. A low end i3 and a cheap mobo would do much better, but you'd need new RAM (DDR3). So I suggest you start saving, getting a C2D would be a risk, and would deliver little benefit.
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    you need to understand precisely which version of the board you have. http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=2425#ov
  3. * GA-945GZM-S2 (Rev 2.1) can support up to FSB1066MHz by overclocking. what does it mean actually.. does it mean i can be able to put in extra ddr3 rams in it... will my computer support ddr3 rams
  4. no it means to can overclock ddr2 up to 1066.
  5. * GA-945GZM-S2 (Rev 2.1) can support up to FSB1066MHz by overclocking. what does it mean actually.. does it mean i can be able to put in extra ddr3 rams in it... will my computer support ddr3 rams

    13thmonkey said:
    you need to understand precisely which version of the board you have. http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=2425#ov


    * GA-945GZM-S2 (Rev 2.1) can support up to FSB1066MHz by overclocking. what does it mean actually.. does it mean i can be able to put in extra ddr3 rams in it... will my computer support ddr3 rams
  6. see above
  7. 13thmonkey said:
    see above

    will my computer support ddr 3 rams....or just ddr 2 rams
  8. see above ddr2 ffs
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