Change my motherboard and check all of the components

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Hey,

I'd like to ask about some hardware stuff. Actually it's not a problem yet, and I ask this question before something bad happen to my PC.

First of all, I know that every PC components is connected to the motherboard which is have a socket-connectivity each other. So, what I need to know is, do I have to at least review my all connected-components to my motherboard before change the motherboard with the new one? I mean, I know I'm using AMD socket AM3 now, but how about the other components such as RAM, graphic card, etc ?

And can you give me some advice about purchasing a good motherboard too? Thank you.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #81891

Change my motherboard and check all of the components

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Do you want to change only motherboard? If yes, I will suggest you not to do this because it can create some compatibility issues. May be your current RAM is not supported by new motherboard or your processor don’t work fine with new motherboard.

However if even then you want to change you can check all your computer hardware from your window. Just right click on my computer and select properties.

If you want to purchase both motherboard and processor I will suggest you to purchase Intel i5. It is extremely good system. If don’t want to buy it then Intel core 2 Duo is the best option for you to go.

Answered By 0 points N/A #81892

Change my motherboard and check all of the components

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i mean you must buy a compatible motherboard with your components i suggest to find same motherboard company  but if 1 part ram or graphic card are not compatible how have may a serious problem

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