So it's that time again. Time to upgrade your PC. It will inevitably happen to any PC enthusiast but sooner or later, they will feel the need to upgrade. Now this can go one of two ways; you can upgrade a piece at a time on a regular basis or you can hold out as long as possible and eventually build yourself pretty much a new rig entire. The good thing is that barring any major changes in technology you can often bring a few common components up with you through various upgrades, your memory perhaps, the PSU, case and monitor should all be good right? Well every now and then, in the need for advancement, the format or requirements of PC components change dramatically and you find a few of the items you were counting on continuing their previous service have to be changed during the upgrade as well. This is basically what has happened with the introduction of the latest Intel chipset based boards, sporting PCIe, DDR2, a 24-pin ATX Power requirement, not to mention the push of other technologies such as SATA and of course the CPU socket change to LGA775.
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