Help Installing Processor Tags: CPUs Processors Motherboards Last response: June 26, 2010 2:02 AM in CPUs Share Mithness June 26, 2010 1:26:48 AM Hello okay this is for future refrence when i get my new cpu do i have to take out the motherboard to install it? becuase i really don't want to becasue i think it'll be to difficult to put it back in and everything please answer More about : installing processor hunter315 a c 158 à CPUs a b V Motherboard June 26, 2010 1:41:25 AM I would definitely recommend it, it can make installing the heatsink significantly easier because you can support the board better. Mithness June 26, 2010 2:02:39 AM oh okay so i dont have to take it out uhh one more question, how do i know if my mother board can handle the amd athlon II x2 250? my computer is an acer aspire t180 with an amd athlon 3800+ 160gb harddrive 1gb ddr2 ram ati radeon hd 4350 250 watt stock power supply and on cpuz it says my motherboard is an acer em61sm/em61pm Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources : ForumInstalling a new Processor + Motherboard ForumMultiple problems since installing new motherboard/ processor and ram ForumHelp , problems installing new motherboard and processor ForumQuestions Regarding installing processor and fan. ForumWant to Upgrade processor , need HELP ! ForumLooking for help with uprading my Processor ForumHow to install gta 4 on windows 7 i3 processor ForumGraphics card died/ Installing new one, need help ! ForumInstalling heatsink/ processor ForumTrouble installing new mobo need help . ForumNew Processor urgent help ForumTrouble installing new processor ForumNo internet connection after installing a new processor ForumHelp with i3 -2100 processor - need answer ForumInstalling Core i3 Processor ForumXenon processor help ForumHELP : Upgrading to new motherboard and processor ForumInstalling dual core processor ForumPlease help a newbie understand why Seasonic PSU wont turn on :( ForumNeed help identifying this PSU More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !