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Thread: Is It Useless?

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    Is is useless to buy more memory for my computer if i have a slow processor?
    Intel Celeron Processor 334MHz. Can i buy a new processor and if i can how much should i invest in a new one?

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    bigdawgfoxx's Avatar Big Dawg
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    Whoa...I had a Celeron at 566Mhz..I know how you feel man. Dont buy anything else for that POS. Start saving and build a new computer..you dont need too much money
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    So i shouldn't invest in this POS? But i dont think i have the money for a new computer. My computer seems to run fine now and i was thining of getting more memory. I run Windows Xp Pro with a 334MHz Processor and 160 Mb of Ram and a 4 gig hardrive. The thing is i dont play games on here, its not my thing. So i shouldnt invest in this computer?

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    Well if its running fine for you then maybe some more ram WOULD be good. It would make it run alot faster regardless of CPU speed. If your happy with your system a little bit more ram would help your system alot.
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    allright thanks alot. eventually ill get a new comp, but this is good for right now thanks

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    As long as your happy with it, thats all that matters

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    Do you know the maximum amount of memory that your board will support?
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    256 Mb

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    i've heard it said often that adding more ram is the cheapest upgrade you can give a system and i subscribe to that belief myself
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    not when you have &#036;140ram...I could upgrade my CPU for cheaper..hahahaha
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