MSI k9n6pgm2-v

Hi i,m new here just want to now, if my motherboard which is a MSI K9N6PGM2-V can run a AMD ATHLONII X4 620 AM3 on it.?

Many Thanks

grenadier
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  1. According to MSI the board is AM3 CPU Ready - up to 65W.

    The X4 620 is a 95W CPU
  2. Hi newcomer and welcome to the Tom's hardware forum.

    Always that u have a question like that, u can refer to the "CPU support list" of your mobo that can be find on the manufacturer's web page.

    U can see here the CPU support list of your mobo: K9N6PGM2-V CPU support list.

    Unfortunately, the processor that u want isn't supported by your mobo.

    P.D. The 1st part of my post is an advice, nothing more.
  3. Emerald said:
    According to MSI the board is AM3 CPU Ready - up to 65W.

    The X4 620 is a 95W CPU



    Thanks for getting back to me , first were do i find were it says it,s am3 ready , and then ref it only goes up to 65w but on the motherboard box it say,s 95w.?
  4. saint19 said:
    Hi newcomer and welcome to the Tom's hardware forum.

    Always that u have a question like that, u can refer to the "CPU support list" of your mobo that can be find on the manufacturer's web page.

    U can see here the CPU support list of your mobo: K9N6PGM2-V CPU support list.

    Unfortunately, the processor that u want isn't supported by your mobo.

    P.D. The 1st part of my post is an advice, nothing more.


    Thanks for getting back to me , does this mean you can only use the CPU which are on that list or can you use other as well.?
  5. grenadier said:
    Thanks for getting back to me , first were do i find were it says it,s am3 ready , and then ref it only goes up to 65w but on the motherboard box it say,s 95w.?


    Your mobo can support 95W processors, BUT that doesn't mean that support ALL 95W processors, that's the reason of the CPU support list.

    Quote:
    Thanks for getting back to me , does this mean you can only use the CPU which are on that list or can you use other as well.?


    That means that U only can use the processors that are in the list, if U install another processor that isn't in the list, the processor could boot or not, but even if the rig boot up u will have a lot of stability problems.
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