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  1. #1
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    DUAL CPU?

    Hey, sorry for a dumbass question, but I have no idea how to install two processors on one motherboard! Do you need a special sort of motherboard, or what? Someone, please educate me on this?

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    Yes you need a mobo with 2 slots/sockets. one for each cpu

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    For dual celeron PPGA, for example, use Abit Bp6.

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    Don't forget that you also need an operating system that supports dual processors to gain any benefit. Win95 and Win98 do NOT support dual processors.
    "I am now telling the computer exactly what it can do with a lifetime supply of chocolate"

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