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 Are the CPU and Motherboard the same thing?

Answer NO FriendCPU Stands For Central Processing Unit and it is generally refer to as Processor in which the input data being processed for outputBut MotherBoard is Complete Set of Chips and IC's and in ... Read More »
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What 810E motherboard is compatible with an Intel class motherboard?

The 810 chipset is made by Intel, making every 810 and 810E motherboard an Intel-class board. This chipset supports a range of Pentium III and Celeron processors with such features as embedded aud... Read More »
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My motherboard can only support 2GB RAM - Do I need a new motherboard if I want to add more RAM?

I remember the old ASRock Dual-VSTA motherboard. It had a limit of 2GB and ASRock had a beta BIOS that allowed it to use 4GB. If your manufacturer has not (and chances are that they haven't becau... Read More »
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Is the thing on the table in Torchwood Episode 9 of season 1 the thing that closes anomalies in Primeval?

yes it is i noticed that as well. us eagle eyed veiwers ay
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