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March 5, 2014 3:40:15 AM

Hi, I have this asus P5G41T-M LX motherboard in my old computer and it currently has a Pentium E5700 @ 3 Ghz processor and 2 gb ram. Im not a computer geek so please correct me if i'm wrong. What is the best graphic card and processor that this motherboard can run? will this support any AMD apu? if i want to change my motherboard to play modern games which should i pick ? (the best budget board)

the specification of this board are -

CPU Type Intel� Core�2 Extreme/Core�2 Quad / Core�2 Duo / Pentium� D / Pentium� 4 / Celeron E1000 Series and Celeron 400 Series
Socket Type 775 Core�2 Quad/Core�2 Extreme/Core�2 Duo/Pentium
Form Factor uATX

Chipset - Northbridge Intel G41

Memory Support - Memory Standard DDR3 1333(O.C.)/1066/800
Memory Slots 2 x DIMM
Max. Memory 8 GB
Dual Channel Support

Expansion Slots - PCI Express 2.0 x1 1
PCI Slots 2

Storage - SATA 3 Gb/s ports 4 xSATA 3 Gb/s ports

Onboard Devices - Onboard LAN Chipset Realtek 8112L
Audio Channels 8
Rear Panel Ports
PS/2 2
USB
S/PDIF Out 1

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March 5, 2014 4:27:46 AM

Firstly, If you get a GPU don't go for an APU CPU. And I know you don't understand, but for the record, you can never put an AMD CPU in an Intel socket like the one you have, never ever. You can only go for LGA 775 CPU's like your socket and that your motherboard supports, unless you upgrade your motherboard like you said, you can go for better, modern day CPU's.

With your current Motherboard, you can go for any modern day graphics card, BUT You said best and with your current rig, best is going to be like $1000 for the card only, so that's defiantly a no for you or for the majority of people.

I would like to continue but i simply can't, as you said best GPU and CPU, which both will be expensive and something you won't want to pay.

So on that note, what would be your budget?
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March 5, 2014 4:32:24 AM

If you want best you can get a GTX Titan black, which'll be over $1100

And CPU, Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9775, which are very hard to find new and will cost a lot.
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March 5, 2014 4:35:10 AM

unknownofprob said:
Firstly, If you get a GPU don't go for an APU CPU. And I know you don't understand, but for the record, you can never put an AMD CPU in an Intel socket like the one you have, never ever. You can only go for LGA 775 CPU's like your socket and that your motherboard supports, unless you upgrade your motherboard like you said, you can go for better, modern day CPU's.

With your current Motherboard, you can go for any modern day graphics card, BUT You said best and with your current rig, best is going to be like $1000 for the card only, so that's defiantly a no for you or for the majority of people.

I would like to continue but i simply can't, as you said best GPU and CPU, which both will be expensive and something you won't want to pay.

So on that note, what would be your budget?

I asked what would be the best GPU or CPU because i just wanted to know. i want a graphic card that can support most of the games out there thats it! :D  my budget would be like $200 including a stick of ram maybe 4 gb

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March 5, 2014 4:43:10 AM

Yeah i know, just saying but it's a joke. I knew that.

I would get a new motherboard/CPU/GPU as your current system is lacking real performance.

I would get these:

Graphics Card: Sapphire HD 7770GHz 1GB GDDR5 < Best graphics card for the price

Motherboard: ASUS M5A97 R2.0 AM3+

CPU: AMD FX 4130

All in all, this will cost around $289, but is worth it. For an extra $20, you can upgrade the CPU to an FX 6300, which has 6 cores and a much better CPU, so that would bring it to around $309, but still an extreme upgrade for the price. That doesn't include ram but those parts are more important for a beneficial upgrade.
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