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Motherboard supported processor?

Hi im new here can you suggest a processor on my mobo Geforce6100PM-M2 v2 am2+

the processor that can run modern games :)

ihave currently a athlon 5200+ 2.7 and im not overclocking :D :D

and not upgrading mobo cause empty money im only go for the processor


sorry for my english XD :na:
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  1. Welcome to Tom's Forum! :)

    ref - http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Detail.aspx?DetailID=857&CategoryID=1&MenuID=20&LanID=0 (see CPU tab)

    Frankly it's probably time for a complete upgrade i.e. New PC.

    The strongest CPU listed is the AMD Phenom Quad-Core 9750 (B3) 2.4GHz which is no longer in production.
  2. can AMD Phenom II x2 555 (Black Edition,80W TDP) 3.2 ghz compatible with this mobo even its an AM3 Socket :sweat: :sweat: :sweat: :sweat:
  3. Nope the AMD Phenom II X2 555 Black Edition is an AM2+/AM3 socket CPU but the MOBO BIOS lacks the CPUID to properly post the unsupported CPU. It might post but even if it did it wouldn't running properly.
  4. but can this two boards support it and wicth is the best with this two boards (im from philippine and pc parts here are pretty expensive)

    Gigabyte M68MT-S2

    Biostar N68S3B GF7025/ddr3
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    AMD Phenom II X2 555 Black Edition Callisto 3.2GHz Socket AM3 80W:
    HDZ555WFK2DGM (HDZ555WFGMBOX) - http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K10/AMD-Phenom%20II%20X2%20555%20-%20HDZ555WFK2DGM%20(HDZ555WFGMBOX).html

    Gigabyte M68MT-S2 - http://www.gigabyte.com/support-downloads/cpu-support-popup.aspx?pid=3645
    N/A = Doesn't support Phenom II X4 955

    Biostar N68S3B GF7025 (N68S3B Ver. 6.x) - http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/introduction.php?S_ID=517
    YES = AMD Phenom™ II X2 z555 HDZ555WFK2DGM 3200Mhz 4000Mhz 80W
  6. Best answer selected by kowert13.
  7. oh thank you sir then i sould get the Biostar N68S3B GF7025 and get a new proccei
  8. Good Luck! :)
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