AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000 compatible MSI ms6380e


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I have a
MSI MS-6380E Motherboard

specs:
Manufacturer: MSI
Product MPN -MPN MS-6380E-010
Key Features
Form Factor http://www1.dealtime.co.uk/xWI?lid=1&fid=1717&aid=513 - ATX
Compatibility - PC
Chipset http://www1.dealtime.co.uk/xWI?lid=1&fid=1717&aid=538 - VIA Apollo KT333
Compatible Processors - AMD Duron, AMD Athlon
Front Side Bus Speed - 266 MHz
Processor
Max supported CPUs qty 1
Memory
Memory Type http://www1.dealtime.co.uk/xWI?lid=1&fid=1717&aid=1491 - DDR SDRAM
Max Supported RAM http://www1.dealtime.co.uk/xWI?lid=1&fid=1717&aid=560 - 3 GB
Audio / Video
Audio Output http://www1.dealtime.co.uk/xWI?lid=1&fid=1717&aid=14728 - Sound Card


I would like to get a faster Processor I have a 1.5GHz i am wondering if this would work in it.

AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ Windsor 3.0GHz 2 x 1MB L2 Cache Socket AM2 125W Dual-Core Processor

Specs:
Model
Brand - AMD
Processors Type - Desktop
Series Athlon - 64 X2
Model ADX6000IAA6CZ
CPU Socket Type
CPU Socket Type - Socket AM2
Tech Spec
Core - Windsor
Multi-Core - Dual-Core
Name - Athlon 64 X2 6000+
Operating Frequency - 3.0GHz
Hyper Transports - 2000MHz
L1 Cache - 128KB+128KB
L2 Cache - 2 x 1MB
Manufacturing Tech - 90 nm
64 bit Support - Yes
Hyper-Transport Support - Yes
Virtualization Technology Support - Yes
Multimedia Instruction - MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, 3DNOW! Professional
Voltage - 1.35-1.4V
Thermal Design Power - 125W
Cooling Device Cooling device not included - Processor Only

If anyone could let me know or tell me where i could look to get one that is faster that would be wonderful

Thanks
SiVart
 
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Me__2001

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Short answer, no. That motherboard is no longer made and neither are the processors etc that work with it

You need a whole new system if you want something faster
 
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Thanks.

I figure as much but thought i would check. I just had a friend put together a great computer and thought i would like to improve this one a little for cheap if possible but figures it was a long shot.

Thanks once again for the quick reply. :)
 

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